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* THORNDALE, Pa. (11/27/07)--Citadel has signed an agreement with CO-OP Financial Services to expand its ATM network to include more than 25,000 ATMs. The agreement allows Citadel members to use any CO-OP-operated ATM in the U.S. CO-OP ATMs are located in credit unions and in retail locations, including surcharge-free 5,500 7-Eleven stores. CO-OP, the nation’s largest credit union service organization, is headquartered in Ontario, Calif. … * RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (11/27/07)--CU Direct Corp. (CUDL), which administers a point-of-sale and indirect auto lending network for credit unions, was awarded Digital FCU’s (DCU) Business Partner Excellence Award. CUDL was recognized for helping DCU reach its auto lending goals and for providing training and support programs for its staff. Bob Nealon, CUDL Northeast regional director, accepted the award from DCU Consumer Lending Vice President Diane Richard. (Photo provided by CUDL) … * FAIRFAX, Va. (11/27/07)--FedComp Inc., a provider of core data processing software to 1,300 credit unions, announced that it is forming a non-exclusive partnership with Fiserv EFT, a business unit of Fiserv Inc., which will provide credit unions with access to Fiserv EFT’s best-in-class ATM and debit products and services. Fiserv EFT provides ATM and debit services to more than 2,700 financial institutions nationwide … * KIRKLAND, Wash. (11/27/07)--Byte Software has released BytePro version 2.1, with enhanced management reports, Web Services and a new Software Development Kit. Other features include interfaces to new credit and marketing partners, and support for adjustable-rate mortgages and interest-only loans. Byte Software is a provider of loan- origination software solutions for financial institutions, including credit unions …

Creating loyalty training program moves to CUNA

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MADISON, Wis. (11/27/07)--CUNA Mutual Group and the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) have agreed to transition CUNA Mutual’s Creating Member Loyalty (CML) organizational training program to CUNA. “The CML program will enable us to extend our reach to in-house employee training, adding a critical element to our core business that will enhance our expertise and commitment to helping people reach their personal and professional potential,” said John Franklin, executive vice president and chief operating officer for CUNA. The CML program provides training and implementation support to help credit unions develop their member service and sales culture, and enhance the leadership and coaching capabilities of their staff. “By working together, we can more effectively support the training programs that are so critical to the long-term success of the credit union movement,” said John Lass, senior vice president of product strategy for CUNA Mutual. CUNA’s training and development offerings for credit unions focus on business and functional expertise such as human resources, compliance and technology. CUNA Mutual focuses on training programs specific to the implementation of its insurance, asset management and services portfolio. CML was created 20 years ago by CUNA Mutual, and offers more than 60 sales and service training modules covering member sales and service, leadership and training for 400 credit unions. For more information about CML, use the links.