South Carolina client win for Mahalo Banking

TROY–Mahalo Banking announced a collaboration with MTC Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Greenville, S.C.

MTC, with 19,000 members and assets of $292 million, has selected Mahalo’s online and mobile banking systems. In its search for a digital banking partner, MTC Federal Credit Union sought to enrich its member experience, streamline platform navigation and fulfill member-requested functionalities. Mahalo’s platform will provide various self-service solutions, such as online account opening, Skip-a-Pay and Savings Jar options, allowing members to better manage their financial activity.

“Mahalo’s committed member and core-centric focus, alongside their dedication to continuous innovation including security and neurodiversity solutions set them apart from other providers,” said William H. Love Jr., president and CEO of MTC. “Mahalo is a true partner in our endeavor to provide a comprehensive digital banking experience for our members while attracting new members looking for a state-of-the-art platform with an outstanding user experience.”

Mahalo’s digital banking platform boasts robust security, including the recently introduced Credential Assurance Technology, which enables credit unions to prevent credential stuffing and safeguard sensitive member data. Additionally, Mahalo’s technology features neurodiverse functionality, ensuring an inclusive experience for all members, regardless of cognitive distinctions.

“Our deep credit union ties enable our team to form strong bonds with the credit unions we serve, and that has been the case throughout our partnership with MTC Federal Credit Union,” said Denny Howell, COO of Mahalo. “We are proud to be part of their dedication to offering members a digital banking experience that exceeds expectations and aligns with their needs. Working with MTC Federal Credit Union allows us to deliver on what we do best, empowering the credit union with a member-centric platform that provides enhanced, user-friendly functionality and meets members where they are.”

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