This one you may have heard about before: CU Works Accounting, formerly known as CU Service Network Accounting Services. We’ve spiffed it up, updated our product offering, and rebranded it as part of the new CU Works line, which includes outsourced HR. What’s different?
Our friends over at Columbine FCU have some exciting news: They have launched a new CUSO designed to help fellow credit unions with digital lobby signage. Matt Reber, Marketing Manager at Columbine, is our guest writer in this issue and will be introducing the product. Let’s learn more:
Anne is the newest addition to our CU Works Accounting team (formerly CU Service Network Accounting Services). She might be a familiar face to you, as she has been in the Colorado credit union movement for almost two decades. Anne will be working as our accounting manager, one level below CFO Debra Templin. We are thrilled to have someone with such strong CU experience and expertise join our growing accounting department. Let’s learn more about Anne:
While there is abundant data in other areas of credit unions’ critical functions, such as loans, strategy, marketing, and regulation, accounting is a grey mist on the horizon.
By Alicia Disantis, Marketing Program Manager
I’m seeing green.
I’m not jealous. I’m just living in 2017 – and the Pantone Color of the Year is Greenery (15-0343), a lovely young leaf color. It’s the color of renewal, life, nature, freshness, and all other late-April sun-dappled days.
We would like to introduce you to our newest accountant here at CU Service Network, Denver native Katie Haberkorn. Katie has been working as an Accountant I since December of 2016, and is part of our growing accounting department, which is is now larger than any of our departments. Let’s learn more about Katie: