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CSS continues to add alliances
From left:  Barry Sloane, CEO, The Small Business Authority, powered by Newtek; Julie Esser, director of new alliance, CUNA Strategic Services (CSS); Eric Fosselman, vice president of sales, MoneyGram International; Dan Johnson, managing director, Twenty Twenty Analytics; Nakisha Garner, marketing manager, Diebold Inc.; and Mike Moehle, senior vice president of marketing and sales, BuzzBanking powered by fisoc (Photo provided by CUNA Strategic Services)
WASHINGTON (3/20/12)--CUNA Strategic Services (CSS) continues to add to its family of alliance providers and strengthen current relationships.

Recently, BuzzBanking powered by fisoc and Twenty Twenty Analytics became alliance providers with CSS.

BuzzBanking offers member loyalty rewards, and Twenty Twenty Analytics offers loan portfolio analysis, said CSS.

Agreements recently renewed by CSS include:

  • MoneyGram International;
  • Diebold Inc., which added mobile banking; and
  •  The Small Business Authority, powered by Newtek, which added health and benefits insurance for credit unions' small-business members.
CSS, which is jointly owned by the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) and the state leagues, saved credit unions more than $30 million in 2011 through its alliance programs.

CSS officials met up with several of its service providers Sunday at  CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington D.C. The GAC ends on Thursday.

For more information about each of the providers, use the resource links provided.
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