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cbanc Network launches subscription service
AUSTIN, Texas (5/2/12)--cbanc Network, a collaboration community of more than 9,700 credit union and bank users, has launched a premium subscription service that offers exclusive features for credit union and bank subscribers.

The new subscription tiers reward members that use the network heavily, while helping support the free network that members visit for assistance with policies, exams, best practices and vendor reviews.

cbanc Plus members receive access to the new "Peer Trends" feature so they can see what peers from similar institutions are paying attention to the most. These members receive five "Free Content Downloads" to download any content item regardless of points price. In addition, a 1.5x Points Booster allows them to earn 50% more points every time they complete a vendor review, survey, content review or exam watch.

cbanc Pro includes the same benefits as cbanc Plus, in addition to one free registration to a webinar, five additional Free Content Downloads (10 total), and access to the Vendor Management and Due Diligence software solutions, which have a combined value of 4,500 cbanc points.

The new subscription tiers add an additional layer of value to reward cbanc members for participating in the Network, according to cbanc President  Myers Dupuy. The free content downloads alleviate the pressure of earning points by allowing members to purchase expensive content immediately, without having to contribute to earn points first.


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