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Technology tips to lower call center volumes and deepen interactions with members.
After the Category 4 Hurricane Harvey decimated parts of southeastern Texas, TDECU vowed to keep 100% of its members in their homes.
Credit unions can now offer speedier payments, but even those that don’t offer same-day settlements need to take note.
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The Texas credit union outsourced processing and funding services to bring in more business and members.
From “intentional communications” to identifying top intern prospects — and even heading off internal fraudsters — the “people helping people” strategy begins in the home (office.)
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When TDECU sponsored the University of Houston’s new football stadium in 2014 it wanted more than a partnership.
Pre-employment assessments help TDECU reduce attrition, match talent to responsibilities, and predict future performance.
TDECU moved into the Houston market by penetrating one community at a time.
Insight from real estate agents on how to foster closer ties with realtors.
It’s time for credit unions to build on the momentum gained during the economic downturn and make long-term plans for the future.
Next Generation Credit Unions embrace the idea that just plain good is never good enough.
TDECU's new CEO Stephanie Sherrodd channels past experience with her institution to encourage continued momentum and harmony in its future governance.
Real estate services at this credit union funnel revenue back to the membership while acting as a launching pad for entering new markets.
Credit unions must know how to communicate with stakeholders before, during, and after a disaster.
SACU’s former CEO built relationships with its leaders that last long after they move on.
Cooperative executives say they will “be there” for members who may suffer financial hardships from decisions on the federal budget.
Randolph-Brooks, TDECU, and Justice Federal support the financial safety of members as budget negotiations drag on.
Industry leaders don't shy away from asking for their members' business.
Be the go-to lender for community retailers and maximize the value (and return) of being a local credit provider.
TDECU relies on internal culture to deliver superior service to members.