Corporate America Credit Union, a not-for-profit financial cooperative serving credit unions throughout the U.S., is now live with Arya, an intelligent, open architecture digital services platform created by the founders of VSoft Corporation.
In order to complement VSoft’s core processing platform, CoreSoft, Corporate America Credit Union (CACU) is leveraging Arya’s flexible multi-tenant, multi-tiered platform to provide its nearly 500 member credit unions access to effectively manage, edit, and update member accounts. Arya delivers a consistent, intuitive interface, ensuring a positive user experience even for credit union employees.
Launched in 2017, Arya consolidates multiple products, including online banking, mobile banking and mobile deposit applications, into one platform for both consumers and businesses. By streamlining multiple banking channels under a single access point, Arya provides a seamless user experience while providing financial institutions a single access point to view data. Additionally, the platform is designed to not only adapt to changing technology but also adapt to changing business objectives and business needs of financial institutions.
“By further expanding our relationship with VSoft, our member credit unions are able to benefit from a seamless user experience with Arya,” said Lisa Coffey of Corporate America Credit Union. “The flexibility that Arya provides has allowed us to tailor the solution to really fit our needs.”
“We designed Arya with configurability in mind, which allows the solution to be tailored for distinct use cases, including at corporate financial institutions like Corporate America Credit Union,” said Murthy Veeraghanta, chairman and CEO of VSoft. “With customizable branding and the ability to easily integrate new products and services from both VSoft and third parties across the application, Arya can scale and adapt to Corporate America’s evolving needs without disrupting its users. By leveraging Arya, the credit union has laid a strong foundation for its continued growth and success.”
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