NAPERVILLE, Ill. (2/8/13)--ICUL Service Corp., a subsidiary of the Illinois Credit Union League, has partnered with CU Mobile Apps, a provider of mobile banking solutions.
ICUL Service Corp. began searching several years ago for a mobile solution to meet the needs of credit unions in response to a growing consumer demand for mobile applications, said George Fiegle, ICUL Service Corp. executive vice president/chief operating officer.
"Their product is very reasonably priced, the links are already in place, it's highly customizable, implementation is quick--and they have an excellent understanding of the industry's needs," Fiegle said of CU Mobile Apps.
The product's platform works with both iPhones and Android devices, including iPod Touch and iPad, as well as Android Mobile, Android Tablet, and Kindle Fire devices.
CU Mobile Apps also offered the potential for building mobile applications into existing ICUL Service Corp. products, including its reloadable prepaid debit product, Fiegle added.
CU Mobile Apps' design accepts and integrates newer technologies as they become available, without restructuring/redesign delays and without additional subscription charges.
HENDERSON, Nev. (2/8/13)--Bluepoint Solutions increased its customer base in 2012, adding 73 credit unions. The growth is driven by demand for mobile deposit services and increased focus on teller and branch efficiency, the company said.
Bluepoint closed out the year with its largest revenue grossing quarter in company history.
To account for the increase in its customer base, Bluepoint added 25 full-time employees. The company also signed several new partnership agreements in 2012 and relocated its headquarters to a new facility in Henderson, Nev.
In 2012, Bluepoint launched a browser-based version of its FASTdocs 5 enterprise content management (ECM) solution with electronic-signing abilities. The company also released a new version of its Check 21 teller capture solution, ImagePoint Teller, which integrated the product with multiple core systems for improved usability. And, Bluepoint added automated check loss prevention tools to its suite of Check 21 capture applications.