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Diebold CSS extend relationship
MADISION, Wis. (2/8/12)--CUNA Strategic Services, Inc. (CSS) and Diebold, Incorporated, have extended their long-standing relationship, adding another service to help credit unions serve their members.

The renewed agreement adds mobile banking to the suite of products that range from ATMs to security solutions. CSS and Diebold have worked together since 1984.

"Credit union members appreciate the convenience of mobile banking," said Wes Millar, CSS senior vice president. "Diebold has a legacy of security success that supports these technologies, providing peace of mind to credit unions and their mobile banking users."

"Diebold's mobile banking solution includes unique features that will make financial services more convenient, accessible and secure for credit union members than ever before," said Todd Knepper, Diebold vice president and solutions executive.

Using Diebold's MobiTransact mobile banking platform, credit union members can view balances and transactions, be alerted of transfers or low balances, and transfer funds. It can also enable functionality that protects ATM debit cards by notifying users of any transactions that occur while their card is locked.

Credit unions can also leverage the two-way mobile channel as a marketing tool to inform members of special offers or cross-sell appropriate products.
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