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“As our core financial technology provider for several years, I have been very impressed with everything that COCC brings to the table, especially in the areas of innovation and service.”
LUSO Federal Credit Union’s foresight and partnership with COCC ensured they already had a robust digital product portfolio in place, including a suite of digital solutions like digital and mobile banking, remote deposit capture, and bill pay.
COCC applies a multifaceted cybersecurity framework to ensure data security with its people, physical assets, software platforms, and third-party partnerships.
COCC was one of just two Connecticut companies to be recognized by Cigna as having an Honorable Culture of Well-Being, which rewards companies for the exceptional time, money and resources spent on employee well-being initiatives.
For over 75 years, the bank has remained close to its neighborhood roots, supporting local residents, farmers and small business owners. In an effort to better reach and engage with their community, Sherwood State Bank explored how the institution could maximize its marketing potential to do just that.
For the second year in a row, COCC ranked second among large businesses with more than 500 employees. The company also once again earned special accolades for its management team.
The Bank chose COCC for its next-generation technology and also its cooperative structure and reputation for exceptional client service.
With another terrific year of revenue growth, COCC has placed on the 2021 Inc. 5000, a list of the 5,000 fastest growing, private companies in the United States.
Lake Shore chose COCC as its technology partner to empower its employees with leading edge technology to focus on delivering the best customer service possible.
As New England’s oldest private bank, National Iron Bank has been serving its Connecticut communities since 1847—and evolving to meet its needs. With a digital-first approach to banking for both its employees and customers, National Iron Bank’s philosophy has yielded significant results for the bank.
The bank decided to partner with COCC because of the flexibility the company offers to create an online banking technology service that best suits their financial institution.
When COCC announced they were taking The Clearing House’s (TCH) Real Time Payments (RTP®) Network live, BankNewport immediately stepped up to the plate. “We saw it as a rare opportunity to get in on something early,” said John Sullivan, Executive Vice President at BankNewport.
The COCC Board of Directors has approved new officer promotions for July 1, 2021.
Savers Bank chose COCC as its core partner for COCC’s innovative technology, service culture and its people, all of which the bank considers critical to improve the banking experience for its customers and its employees.
In addition to COCC’s INSIGHT core solution and iBanking for digital banking, Financial Resources will also leverage COCC’s mobile banking, online account opening, marketing analytics solutions and more.
The $751 million-asset bank joins the COCC Cooperative, leveraging COCC’s core solution as well as its digital banking, online account opening, executive dashboards and more to advance its technology to serve the evolving changes of their current and future customers.
The interview featuring COCC’s SVP & Chief Marketing Officer, Sue Salecky, focused on the evolving digital landscape and how credit unions can utilize technology to keep pace with the challenges facing the industry.
Greg Beckwith, Senior Core Sales Territory Manager – Team Lead, engaged Ohio bankers with a discussion on the use of data and marketing in an evolving financial services environment.
Autumn Revoir, Marketing Analyst, and Chris Wilk, Core Sales Territory Manager, presented at the Maine Bankers 2021 Virtual Bank Expo, discussing how to leverage the power of data and analytics to enhance digital marketing strategies and create a more meaningful and personalized accountholder experience.
COCC developed its Digital SBA PPP Loan App to allow clients to accept and process PPP loan applications at no cost to its clients.