Today, we were honored to have Credit Union Journal's Publisher, Frank Diekmann, take time out from his busy schedule to be on the show. We chatted about the latest issues affecting credit unions, what to look for in 2011, and Credit Union Journal's recent 2010 Best Practices issue. Insightful stuff!
As a result of our time zone differences (PST to EST), waking up super early this morning to talk with one of the credit union industry's true innovators was well worth it. Passageways Co-founder/VP Paroon Chadha has built quite a company based on his portal technology that more than 200 credit unions are using today. Passageways was also ranked #27 on Inc.'s fastest growing software companies a couple years ago. And the company still hasn't slowed down, winning its fourth consecutive Credit Union Journal Best Practices Award this year. Take a few minutes, sit back, and listen to Paroon discuss his thoughts on his company's portal technologies, his business philosophies, and where he believes the credit union industry is headed.
In this episode of CUbroadcast, we talk with MVi Vice President of Sales & Marketing Scott Cowan. Scott's an incredibly experienced guy with a ton of credit union knowledge, as he's on the road quite a bit attending industry conferences and seminars. So he's on the frontline working with credit unions, seeing what's working for them and what's not. We have the esteemed pleasure to pick his brain on the credit union industry's current state and how we can continue making it better.
I always enjoy talking to fiVISION President Mike Winter. His martini dry sense of humor and vast knowledge of the credit union industry make for an entertaining chat. In this episode Mike talks candidly about the state of the credit union industry today and what we can do to continue making it better as we slowly emerge from the economic recession.
Mike Lawson, Host
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