Archive Links

Consumer Archive
CU System Archive
Market Archive
Products Archive
Washington Archive

Products Archive

Products

Yodlee Open Solutions launch personalized services

 Permanent link
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (11/21/11)--Yodlee will integrate its personal financial management (PFM) platform with Open Solutions' DNAweb online banking solution in a partnership announced last week between the two firms.

The integration also will include the Yodlee FinApp Center, an online marketplace that allows financial institutions to choose financial apps to offer to their member/customers, from tax preparation to identity protection to investment management and more.

Financial institutions that use the Open Solutions platform will be able to offer Yodlee PFM tools and the FinApp Center through their own websites, starting in early 2012.

"Providing more flexible options in personal finance management adds tremendous value for online banking customers," said John Messier, vice president of product management at Open Solutions.

Open Solutions is a financial services technology provider that primarily serves credit unions and community banks.

Yodlee provides online personal financial management (PFM) and revenue-generating payments solutions.

Lending Insights reaches milestone in 2011

 Permanent link
ONTARIO, Calif. (11/21/11)--Lending Insights, a provider of analytical tools and business intelligence solutions to the credit unions, grew its client base to include 75 credit unions in 2011.

The company has increased its client base by more than 900% during the last three years, the company said.

"With today's highly competitive lending marketplace, coupled with continued uncertainty of today's economy and the necessity to comply with new industry regulations, our clients recognize the need to look closely at how they manage their lending programs and improve overall credit quality," said Mike James, Lending Insights chief operating officer. 

Lending Insights also announced it signed new partnership agreements with six credit unions. The credit unions include:

  • Western FCU, Manhattan Beach, Calif., with $1.6 billion in assets;
  • PrimeWay FCU, Houston, with $392 million in assets;
  • Sierra Central CU, Yuba City, Calif., with $597 million in assets;
  • Freedom First FCU, Roanoke, Va., with $258 million in assets;
  • Members Cooperative CU, Cloquet, Minn., with $314 million in assets; and
  • Granite State CU, Manchester, N.H., with $283 million in assets.