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Credit Unions Embrace Today’s Digital Culture

Advances in technology have pushed financial transactions far beyond the exchange of physical bills, checks, invoices and statements. Credit unions offer services that enable businesses and members to manage their finances in today’s increasingly digital world. Arsenal Credit Union (Arnold, MO) and Vantage Credit Union (St. Louis, MO) announced new services to better serve their members's increasing digital needs.

Arsenal Credit Union Offers More Financial Technology Services to Small Businesses in St. Louis Metro Area

PayscapeSmall businesses sell their products in a myriad of different ways: in your classic brick and mortar store, online, through social media and/or in temporary pop up or mobile shops. Their methods of invoicing and collecting payment need to be as diverse as they are. Arsenal Credit Union partnered with Payscape to provide a financial technology product suite that can fulfill small business’ every cash flow need. Business members using these new services will be able to accept credit cards at retail storefronts, process payments on a mobile phone, operate an online shopping cart or electronically invoice clients. 

Arsenal looks forward to deepening relationships with existing business members and attracting new ones with the new services. Both Arsenal and Payscape are dedicated to supporting local businesses with every businesses decision they make.

Vantage Credit Union Upgrades iPhone App for Members

Vantage Credit UnionVantage Credit Union released a completely rewritten, free iPhone MyMobile app for members. It adds capability for members to apply for loans, check amounts due and available on loans, enroll in online banking, make online deposits with new ‘align to fit’ guides and get login help. The upgraded app also remembers a member’s username with the app settings. 

The original app, launched in 2013, allowed members to view transaction history, tag and categorize transactions, transfer funds, pay bills and deposit checks. These features are still available in the updated app. 

“We’re constantly listening to our members’ needs and suggestions to determine what new features will enhance their digital banking experience,” commented Kathy Palmer, chief member experience officer. “At the end of the day, our goal is to make mobile banking as intuitive, nimble, and present as our members need it to be.”

An Android release of the updated app is scheduled for Spring 2017.