Technology Consulting

The credit union industry has gone from pencil and pen to calculator to computer in the blink of an eye.  The successful use of technology has created unprecedented opportunities for growth and success..  The Internet puts your credit union in homes and phones throughout your market area.

Management of these new resources, however, has also required enormous investment in infrastructure and new forms of security.

While creating new opportunities for success, technology also creates new opportunities for fraud and loss.  Protecting against robbery was a matter of investment in traditional security devices such as video cameras, alarms, and risk management staff training.  Robbery and mismanagement were the menaces of the past.  Hacking is the new risk.  Credit unions must be vigilant, make the necessary decisions and investments to protect their operations.

With assistance from our technical staff and business partners, the League can help you take advantage of the latest technologies while helping to ensure that your operations remain safe.  Whether changing your ISP or phone service, optimizing local area networks, or safeguarding your operation through firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and employee monitoring software, the League is your on-call consultant and supporter.

Our staff can assist in the development of technology policies.  The adoption of best management practices helps reduce costs and curtail fraud.  You save money and worry.

Every member credit union can have access to the same level of information and technology services.  You are limited only by your own level of commitment to technology.

Chosen carefully, implemented properly, and supported throughout your organization, technology can help you to better serve your members, increase employee efficiency, and safeguard your operation.  Technology: promoting and protecting your business.

To learn more about technology consulting, please e-mail John Morawski, Chief Technology Officer, or call him at 1-800-842-1242.