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CU Resources expands partnership with Harland Clarke
FARMERS BRANCH, Texas (1/23/12)--Credit Union Resources has expanded its endorsement relationship with Harland Clarke to bring five new solutions to credit unions throughout Texas.

Harland Clarke is a CUNA Strategic Services provider.

New offerings include:

  • Mystery Shopping Services--Professionally trained shoppers conduct customized multichannel evaluations in branch, by phone and online, to provide insight so credit unions can ensure their brand experience is delivered to their expectations.
  • Statement Solutions--Harland Clarke's print and electronic statement solutions are designed to transform account statements into personalized member communications that support marketing strategies.
  • ContentBase--An e-marketing tool that combines content with a best-practices approach to strategic consulting to help credit unions design and deliver e-mail communications.
  • Consumer ID Protection--Consumer identity protection solutions strengthen relationships, while generating a new revenue stream for credit unions.
  • Person-to-Person Payment Service (P2P)--Harland Clarke's secure network for P2P electronic payments offers account holders security and convenience while keeping credit unions in the center of the transaction.
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