PRESS COVERAGE AND CURRENT EVENTS
The latest in relevance generation and revolution for our clients, their communities, and our industry...
THE STATE OF OUR COMMUNITY CREDIT, AND UNION
DaLand COO Jon Ungerland discusses ways credit unions can develop and use strategies of centralized data and digital connection to community as a means to perspire together to contribute to unity and financial flourishing in their communities in the wake of the 2020 election.
REOPENING AMERICA RESPONSIBLY ...
March 1, 2020
... requires revisiting local FI strategies for relevance; and DaLand COO Jon Ungerland discusses simple but distinctive strategies for using data and digital channels from the position of a community FI in pursuit of helping America's hurting businesses and communities.
CORONAVIRUS, COMMUNITY, AND COOPERATIVE CAPITALISM
March 16, 2020
DaLand COO Jon Ungerland explores ways in which recent global and economic events will help ensure 2020 is the year merchants and communities accelerate into the future of payments and away from legacy and cash/paper contaminated banking and settlement services.
COOPERATIVE CAPITALISM AS A COMMUNITY-CATALYZING STRATEGY FOR CREDIT UNIONS AFTER ELECTION 2020
February 24, 2020
DaLand COO Jon Ungerland discusses strategies for ensuring your financial institution is a relevant epicenter in your community - strategically and digitally - during and after the 2020 election.
COOKING UP A CORE BUSINESS AND CORE TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY
Jan 3, 2020 (Reprint)
What if your vendor relationships are essentially the same as a pasta dish? Let’s call it “the spaghetti pile of vendors and platforms.” Is the pasta dish of platforms around which your members and employees gather to work each day ‘working’ for you, your credit union, your members, and your core strategy? Is your core strategy supported by solid core technology ingredients? Or, are you just choking down the ingredients contributing to the products/services you’re trying to cook up, year after year?
4-STEP STRATEGY TO ENSURE YOUR INSTITUTION PROFITS IN THE RETAIL APOCALYPSE
December 3, 2019
Retailers (physical retail stores) are struggling. Nevertheless, it seems the trend to ‘reimagine’ the credit union and financial institution ‘branch’ as a “retail experience” is picking up steam.
At DaLand CUSO, we think this makes sense; and we think it’s a promising trend. However, not because it’s what Capital One is doing with the “café” concept.
Here are a few things credit unions could be doing to capitalize on a coming tidal change in community commerce and consumer behavior:
THRIVING THROUGH THE DATA WARS ...
August 23rd, 2019
...and other looming perils by ‘banking’ on a new core strategy.
Imagine a reality where your data – not dollars, gold, or oil – but your personal digital DNA is the most valuable and desired commodity in the world. Now, imagine a global market where your data is sold, traded, analyzed, deployed, and consumed as the catalyst for economic, political, and social power.
COMMUNITIES, CRYPTOCURRENCY, AND CORE RELEVANCE
August 2, 2019
DaLand COO Jon Ungerland explores developing trends and critical concepts for designing your financial institution and business strategy in the era of digital assets and cryptocurrency.
MONEY IS MORPHING ...
March 1, 2019
...7 crypto facts your (institution) needs to know to remain relevant in the era of digital assets and cryptocurrency.
COO Jon Ungerland explores trends which will impact financial institutions' abilities to bridge to the new world of money and consumer value.
A SIMPLE [BUT ELEGANT] STRATEGY FOR ANY INSTITUTION ...
March 1, 2019
...to be the relevant epicenter of their community.
COO Jon Ungerland explores the criticality of blending technology, data, and business strategy to fashion and follow a simple core strategy for continued relevance of your business in the community you serve.
COMMUNITY FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND THE DEATH OF GOOD PIZZA!
April 4th 2016
Whether you realize it or not, your community FI is already in the technology business. You offer all sorts of technology tools – online banking, mobile apps, personal financial management, debit cards, etc. – to help consumers manage their money and interact with your institution. But while you’ve loaded up your retail members with all the conveniences that technology has to offer, many of your business members are struggling to remain relevant in a world dominated by major chains with major technology budgets. In this respect, business members are clearly underserved, and community FIs have done very little to change that, instead taking a “that’s not our problem” approach. But the economic stability of the community is your problem – and your responsibility.
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