WYOMISSING, Penn. – Utilities Employees CU said it signed with Jwaala to offer mobile banking and expand its online services.
The $1.2-billion “virtual” credit union will add mobile banking and combine the free online services it currently offers – including online banking, phone line banking, online bill pay, account E-Notifications, remote check deposit, account e-statements, internal as well as external fund transfers, and online loan applications – into a new banking platform that can be personally tailored by each member.
Members will receive added personal finance tools to track transactions, establish budgets and goals, and securely store personal documents such as their receipts, the company said. Users will be able to categorize, search, sort, and graph their financial information and account transactions.
“The upgraded online and mobile banking platforms will further empower our members and simplify management of their finances,” said Glen Yeager, president of Utilities Employees.
“The enhanced system will be more intuitive to use and individuals will be able to customize their own dashboards,” said Yeager. “At log in, they can immediately view the information deemed most important to managing their finances on a single screen.”