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Fisoc MoneyDesktop share tech council Best award
MADISON, Wis. (12/4/12)--The CUNA Technology Council presented its second annual Best of Show Award to fisoc and MoneyDesktop at the 17th Annual CUNA Technology Council Conference.

The council recognized fisoc for its commitment to provide credit unions with a financial services platform that combines social media and its Buzz Points Merchants program, which helps credit unions increase member transactions, account balances and loan demand.

"Our mission at fisoc is to develop 21st century technologies that enable credit unions to offer financial services that will level the playing field with the mega banks," said Jay Valanju, CEO of fisoc. "To be recognized as the winner of the Best of Show Award at the CUNA Technology Council's most important annual event is quite an honor for our company."

For the second year, Money Desktop was also recognized as a Best of Show winner for its personal financial management solution which integrates directly into online banking platforms and helps credit unions increase loan volume, attract new users and stay ahead of the competition while enabling account holders to take control of their finances.

"We take the relationship between credit unions and technologies very seriously because we want to help credit unions successfully navigate the future so they can properly engage and retain their members, said Ryan Caldwell, MoneyDesktop CEO. "This is the whole point of everything we build at MoneyDesktop."

Since 2011, the CUNA Technology Council has presented the Best of Show award to the speed round sponsor that demonstrates a commitment to delivering technology that will further the growth of products and services in the credit union marketplace. Vendors' products are evaluated by attendees during speed round presentations at the conference.
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