Wednesday, February 28, 2018

AdvantEdge Analytics Continues Momentum with Credit Unions in Q1

Credit unions are moving to embrace data analytics more and more as they compete with large financial institutions, fintechs and other companies with data-driven customer experiences. 

Our sister company AdvantEdge Analytics knows this first-hand. As it continues to collaborate and scale its solutions with the credit union industry,  the company has added five more of them to its growing customer base. 

In the first quarter, AdvantEdge added four credit unions as charter members, bringing the credit union charter membership program to 11 in total. The most recent credit unions are:
The Charter Membership program AdvantEdge is running is a collaborative initiative. Charter members provide input, feedback and advice to help shape business priorities, research and a future product development roadmap for AdvantEdge. In addition, University of Iowa Community Credit Union has signed on to the company's full data analytics suite. This complements the recent signings that included Kemba, A+ Federal, and Michigan Educational credit unions."
"We are thankful to our charter members for their contributions to the data analytics cause," said Blesson Abraham, Director of Analytics. "Our partners continue to provide invaluable input and feedback, which has been crucial to our development of a data analytics platform for the entire industry."
"As we continue to add new customers and partners," he continued. "Our end-to-end offering becomes that much stronger for credit unions and their members. We are humbled and excited by their commitment to us in this important stage of the credit union movement."
AdvantEdge Analytics provides an industry leading integrated suite of software tools and execution services. The company is focused on building scale, better member intelligence and accelerated analytics adoption to help credit unions strengthen market share and build long term growth.
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