TROY–Mahalo Banking, a credit union services organization that provides online and mobile banking systems, announced that Pittsburg, Kan.-based Kansas Teachers Community Credit Union, with $130 million in assets, has signed a new partnership agreement.
Serving school employees and residents of Southeast Kansas communities, Kansas Teachers has more than 13,000 members and five branches. The credit union selected Mahalo for its improved functionality, usability, visual appeal and ease-of-use. With Mahalo, the credit union’s members also gain the ability to link to external banking accounts and independently alter personal account details.
“When we received an overview of Mahalo’s mobile banking experience, we felt that they offered a fantastic opportunity to accelerate our digital transformation and expand our platform capabilities,” said Elesa Parsons, president of the credit union. “Leveraging their optimized platform will be incredibly helpful in offering our members a modernized digital banking experience with unlocked functionality possibilities that they either have not had access to or have not been able to use easily.”
Driven by an appreciation of the credit union movement, the Mahalo team is comprised of credit union industry natives with firsthand knowledge of the challenges faced by credit unions and their members. As a result, Mahalo offers intuitive solutions uniquely catered to help all asset-size credit unions connect with their customers and gain a technological advantage to retain and grow their membership.