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Posted: Feb 13, 2018
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The Practicality of AI for Voice Banking

In a recent article on ThePaymentsReview.com titled Trellance Predictions for 2018, Artificial Intelligence (AI) was touted as having “become a must-have in the everchanging market. Credit unions need to make AI a part of their strategy to continue competing in the payments and lending space.”

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Posted: Jan 29, 2018
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In keeping with the tradition started last year, where we scored how well we did on the previous year’s predictions, here is a look at what we thought was going to happen in 2017, versus what really did.

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Posted: Jan 18, 2018
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Credit Unions will work together, through CUSOs, to aggregate data across multiple credit unions, sharing needs, sharing staff expertise, and sharing solutions.

“In 2018, we believe our member credit unions will be focused on growth strategies and remaining profitable” according to Tom Davis, President and CEO of Trellance. In a recent interview on CU Today, Tom stated that credit unions will be “concentrating on ways to generate and increase non-interest income, improve earnings, acquire new—primarily younger—members and decrease fraud.”

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Posted: Dec 18, 2017
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INTRODUCING TRELLANCE

It isn’t every day that we have such awesome news to share on ThePaymentsReview; and fortunately today is one of those days. The PaymentsReview is proud to announce a new company, Trellance.

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Posted: Dec 1, 2017
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Author: Lou Grilli

[Editor's Note: This article was previously published on “Anthem”, the online News & Info site of the Northwest Credit Union Association, and has been modified.]

When members think about services provided by their credit union, they might first think about their share draft account, a debit card, bill pay, loans, and credit cards - basic services offered by almost all financial institutions. But, something new is happening when it comes to these services. No, not new services, but rather something called “banking on the fringes.”

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