Credit Unions

Why Lean Data Should Be Your Credit Union’s New Year’s Resolution

With the holidays behind and the New Year already on its way, it’s time to start taking your New Year’s resolutions seriously. Whether it’s hitting the gym or reorganizing the garage, losing unnecessary weight and clutter is at the top…

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Customer Spotlight: What Happened When MSGCU Upgraded Data Reporting to Dashboards

Alex Gefter has worked at Michigan Schools and Government Credit Union (MSGCU) since 2012. As Business Intelligence Developer, Alex creates reports and dashboards for the credit union’s day-to-day operations which also involves developing custom queries and stored procedures to optimize…

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#iDashboards16 – iDashboards 101: A Complete Guide for Those Just Starting Out

Sean Warren here, blogging live from the #iDashboards16 Conference in Las Vegas.  Here’s some extra credit from the iDashboards 101 session. Purpose of a Dashboard Technical consultants, Ben Clark and Ken Rose, started the session by asking who in the…

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Data Doesn’t Know Asset Size: How Dashboards are Helping Small Credit Unions Survive and Thrive

Approximately 40% of all U.S. credit unions have less than $10 million in assets. The Credit Union National Association recognizes a small credit union as being under $35 million in assets, which makes up about two-thirds of all U.S. credit…

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Transparency Throughout Credit Unions

Credit Union Transparency Credit unions are a unique type of financial institution.  They are non-profit and owned by their members.  Executives have the challenge of keeping their members and employees informed about how their organization is doing.   This type of…

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Dashboards are becoming a growing trend in Credit Unions

One credit union executive stated, “If it’s not getting measured, it’s not getting done.” While credit unions have had a long history of monitoring their key performance indicators (KPIs), the challenge has been getting the information in a timely and…

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