Corporate America Credit Union to offer VSoft’s Iris

Source: VSoft Corporation

VSoft Corporation, a global provider of information and technology solutions for financial institutions, announced that Corporate America Credit Union, a not-for-profit financial cooperative serving credit unions throughout the United States, has selected its Iris digital banking platform.

An existing image capture client, the expanded relationship with Corporate America to now offer IRIS to its more than 500 credit unions further demonstrates VSoft’s market dominance within the credit union industry. Currently, over half of the nation’s corporate credit unions work with VSoft, demonstrating its success in solutions designed for a multi-institution atmosphere such as a corporate.

Launched in August, VSoft’s IRIS platform is device agnostic, allowing accountholders to address their banking needs anywhere and anytime. The solution features a responsive design, eliminating the need for separate products such as Internet, tablet, mobile banking and mobile deposit. The consolidation of products and the consistent, intuitive interface ensures a positive user experience while delivering the convenience users expect.

Additionally, Corporate America’s credit unions can offer both their consumer and commercial accountholders a complete suite of transactional services through one partner including personal financial management, bill pay, P2P, transfers, capability to view check images, ordering checks and more. To maintain the consistent user experience, each institution has the ability to customize branding themes across devices.

“As multi-device banking gains prominence, VSoft’s IRIS provides Corporate America with a cutting-edge platform that transforms the member experience for our credit unions,” said Lisa Coffey, Chief Operating Officer, Corporate America Credit Union. “Having worked with VSoft for over seven years, we fully anticipate substantial benefits for our member credit unions and look forward to our expanded partnership.”

“Millennials are quickly becoming the majority of accountholders and shaping consumer expectation, making it critical for credit unions to invest in an digital banking platform to remain relevant and competitive,” said Murthy Veeraghanta, chairman and CEO of VSoft Corporation. “Corporate America recognizes this need. With IRIS, its more than 500 credit union members will be able to keep pace with the rapidly evolving technology landscape and become trailblazers in a new digital era of multi-device banking.”

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