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My CU Services, Banno partner for mobile apps
MIDDLETOWN, Pa. (1/28/14)--Through a partnership with Cedar Falls, Iowa-based Banno, MY CU Services, a credit union service organization of Mid-Atlantic Corporate FCU, will offer credit unions a mobile financial aggregation application that provides account access to multiple financial institutions. 
 
With the app, called Mobile Pay, credit union members can monitor and manage all of their accounts from any smartphone. Mobile Pay provides balance inquiries, notifications, statements, and account-limit alerts.
 
"Working with Banno, we've created a program that delivers both convenience and ease of use," said Drew J. Kishbaugh, president/CEO of MY CU Services. "It gives our credit union clients a highly desired service to offer their members that will increase member loyalty and retention."
 
Among the features Mobile Pay offers:
  • Instant access to transaction and account activities;
  • Automatic updated balances;
  • Account-to-account fund transfers;
  • Branch and ATM location search; and
  • Remote deposit capture.
 
The app can be branded, and no technology investment or core integration is required, MY CU Services said.


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