A partnership between retail checking solutions industry leader StrategyCorps and Vizo Financial Corporate Credit Union will deliver actionable analytics and modern rewards solutions to Vizo Financial’s member credit unions. StrategyCorps’ share draft mobile rewards program will provide opportunities to increase member satisfaction, share draft performance analysis, and member-friendly fee income.
StrategyCorps’ CheckingScore® solution will allow credit unions to receive custom performance analysis and insight that highlight growth opportunities as well as with specific product recommendations.
Additionally, BaZing — StrategyCorps’ customizable, white-label mobile rewards — will allow credit unions to give back to their members, providing them with local merchant and online retailer discounts, cell phone protection, 24-hour roadside assistance, travel accidental death coverage, personal identity theft protection, identity monitoring, and health savings discounts. This will help credit unions to better digitally engage with their members and generate deeper relationships that will drive future earnings.
“Share drafts remain a cornerstone product for credit unions, so why not share with them an innovative program to improve that service for their members and also create an additional revenue stream?” said Jeffrey Stoner, chief strategy officer for Vizo Financial. “StrategyCorps is well-versed in amplifying a typical share draft program to make it an attractive and rewards-driven service. This partnership brings together expertise and resources that our credit unions can leverage for sustained share draft and money-earning growth.”
“In today’s credit union and member marketplace, products are more important than ever to drive member engagement and growth — especially those products that can be delivered in a mobile-first platform,” said Mike Branton, partner at StrategyCorps. “We’re excited to partner with Vizo Financial to bring our proven solutions to their member credit unions and help Vizo Financial deepen and strengthen the relationships they have with their membership.”