Nitro Mobile and Kansas Credit Union Association partner
03 February 2014 | 1007 views | 0
Source: Nitro Mobile
Nitro Mobile Solutions, a mobile banking solutions company, and Shared Financial Solutions, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Kansas Credit Union Association announced a strategic partnership today.
The partnership will enable SFS to offer branded mobile banking applications powered by Nitro's mobile platform. The companies plan to jointly market and provide mobile banking solutions to credit unions. SFS is the latest partner to join Nitro's OEM Partner Program which provides the ability for partners to license and market Nitro's full-featured mobile banking applications under their own brand.
"2014 is starting off a big way and we are very pleased to add SFS as our latest OEM Partner," says Pete Slade, CEO of Nitro Mobile Solutions, adding "we've built a turnkey platform that allows our partners to quickly and easily deliver branded mobile solutions to their customers and we're excited to work with SFS as they roll out mobile banking solutions association-wide."
"Mobile banking is a must-have for credit unions in order to compete and continue to provide the personal services credit unions are known for, says Melissa Baptista, Director of Research & Development at KCUA, adding "KCUA provides guidance for vendors that have met the association's high standards. Nitro Mobile's solution is exactly what we were looking for and gives us all the tools we need to deliver an affordable full-featured mobile banking platform in as little as 30 to 60 days."
Pete Slade continues, "We built our mobile banking solutions by listening to our credit union customers. Credit unions must deliver mobile services in order to be competitive with larger financial institutions in their community. Mobile is what their members expect and we've made it easy for credit unions and our partners to deliver on that expectation with all the features and capabilities that large financial institutions offer, at a fraction of the cost and with greater command and control."