Digital Insight Partners With State Employees Federal Credit Union

Thursday 16 December 2004 17:39 CET | News

Digital Insight Corp., a leading online banking provider, and State Employees Federal Credit Union renew their partnership through 2009.

Since introducing Digital Insight online banking solutions to its members in 2000, the 125,000-member credit union has doubled its assets from $611 million to $1.23 billion and expanded its member base by 30%. Celebrating its 70th anniversary this year, SEFCU was the first financial institution in the New York capital area to offer full-service online banking. SEFCU considers its partnership with Digital Insight to be its competitive equalizer in its battle with larger financial institutions because Digital Insight offers an extensive product suite, world-class operating infrastructure, effective programs to drive adoption and usage, and research and development capabilities that SEFCU could not replicate on its own. Digital Insight online banking solutions at SEFCU include member consumer Internet banking in English and Spanish, bill payment and presentment, check imaging, online support via chat and email, and wireless banking. SEFCU will soon launch additional solutions including online cash management for business members, account aggregation and person-to-person transfers. SEFCU is the 68th largest credit union in the United States and the largest credit union in the New York Capital Region.

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