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PaCUSC board holds prices steady
HARRISBURG, Pa. (10/8/09)--The Pennsylvania Credit Union Service Centers Inc. (PaCUSC) board of directors reviewed its pricing structure and chose to not make any changes, despite tough economic times.
Pennsylvania Credit Union Service Centers Inc. board members who met recently in Harrisburg, Pa., are, front row, from left: Norb Kaczmarek, secretary/treasurer; Ralph Canterbury, chairman; and Jim Kanaley, vice chairman. Back row, from left: Directors Karl Larson, Brian Hahn, Tom Smith and Linda Brown. (Photo provided by the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association)
The board met Tuesday in Harrisburg to follow up on its Strategic Planning Session held in June (Life is a Highway Oct. 7). Also, the PaCUSC Board approved entering into a relationship with CO-OP Shared Branching to promote CO-OP Financial Service’s Mobile Banking product. The CO-OP Mobile Banking program allows credit unions using the Next Generation Network to offer mobile banking to their members at a reasonable cost. The board discussed new shared-branching technology, Fast Branch Kiosks, which provide ATM technology and offer access so members can complete shared branching transactions. Erie (Pa.) FCU is one of two credit unions that have deployed Fast Branch Kiosk machines in Pennsylvania. Three machines deployed in the Erie area act as the credit union’s ATMs, providing branch access in locations previously inaccessible. “Although PaCUSC had a slow start in the early 1990s, PaCUSC has been growing with more than 100 shared-branching locations in Pennsylvania,” PaCUSC Chairman Ralph Canterbury told the board. “By the end of 2009, PaCUSC is on target to have a record 111 locations in Pennsylvania and six locations in Delaware.”


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