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Xtend presented with NACUSO award
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (5/9/11)--Xtend, Inc., a credit union service organization (CUSO) based in Grand Rapids, Mich., was presented the Collaboration & Innovation Award by the National Association of Credit Union Service Organizations (NACUSO). Xtend, which offers managerial, operational, marketing, technical planning and consulting services, was recognized for excellence and innovation in its use of the collaborative model to deliver services to credit unions and their members. “I think our CUSO’s success is living proof of how strong the collaborative business model is, what credit unions can create when they work together, and that no task is too small for us to handle for one of our customers,” said Scott Collins, president of Xtend, as he accepted the award at the 2011 NACUSO Annual Conference. “Xtend truly demonstrates the type of thought leadership and value creation we wanted to showcase through this award,” said Jack Antonini, CEO of NACUSO. “Not only is it growing by serving more credit unions, it is constantly searching for new ways to deliver value and help credit unions increase their competitive advantage through strategic products, services and partnerships.”


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