MIDWAY, UT and GRAND RAPIDS, MI
eDOC Innovations (EDI), the nation’s leading CUSO for e-document strategies, announced the names of several credit unions added to their client base in the last 8 months. Confirming the CUSO’s unprecedented growth in 2008, EDI welcomed 12 new in-house clients. The Credit Unions and organizations that support them that have implemented their innovative edoc strategy are located across the nation firming up EDI’s national leadership presence. The list of new in-house clients included Harris County FCU (Houston, TX), Dekalb Financial CU (Auburn, IN), CorePlus FCU (Norwich, CT), Allegius FCU (Burns Harbor, IN), CU Student Choice, CUSO (Washington D.C), Heartland CU (Madison, WI), Lake Huron CU (Saginaw, MI), Massachusetts State Employees CU (Boston, MA), Sentinal FCU (Box Elder, SD), Wauna FCU (Clatskanie, OR), Cumberland County FCU (Falmouth, ME), and Meijer Associates CU (Grand Rapids, MI). This group of new EDI peers represents not only a diverse geographical client base but also shows the innovative approach that EDI has created that addresses small and large credit unions alike. Despite their diversity, they all share a common goal to have electronic documents at the core of their strategy to serve their members.
“What makes our clients so unique is the same thing: is their approach to serving members. They focus on the success of their members and do the right things to ensure that they are recognized as their members’ primary financial institution. EDI has always been about providing credit unions the tools that give them a competitive advantage”, explains Bret Weekes, President and CEO of eDOC Innovations. “We talk a lot about electronic document strategies in turbulent economic times because short sighted tactics won’t give credit unions a viable lead. Our client base is growing because credit unions know they have to have a competitive edge and EDI is the standard for delivering it to their members.”