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CO-OP Mobile demand heats up
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (8/21/09)--CO-OP Financial Services has signed six business partners for its new mobile banking solution since mid-July and finalized seven new client contracts since Aug. 1. Introduced in February, CO-OP Mobile integrates into the CO-OP Next Generation Network (NGN). Members of credit unions participating in NGN can use the CO-OP Mobile application via their mobile devices to verify balances, view transaction history and transfer funds between accounts. CO-OP Mobile partners include:
* Credit Union Centers of Indiana; Indianapolis; * Credit Union Service Network (CUSN), Lakewood, Colo.; * Kentucky Credit Union League (KCUL), Louisville, Ky.; * New Jersey Credit Union League (NJCUL), Hightstown, N.J.; * Tennessee Credit Union League, Chattanooga, Tenn.; and * Universal Sharing Networking Inc., Albany, N.Y.
CUSN and NJCUL have also signed on as business partners for CO-OP My Deposit, the company’s online home deposit tool; as has KCUL for CO-OP Network, CO-OP’s network of 28,000 surcharge-free ATMs. Synergent Technology Services, Westbrook, Maine, a CO-OP Network business partner since January, also signed an agreement to sell CO-OP My Deposit. CO-OP Financial Services, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., is a credit union service organization offering credit unions 28,000 surcharge-free ATMs and other network and processing services.


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