United Nations FCU to Implement Jwaala Digital Banking Platform

 

Austin, Texas, January 17,  2017: Jwaala, a leading provider of mobile and online banking solutions to US financial institutions, today announced that Long Island, NY-based United Nations Federal Credit Union, UNFCU, selected its Ignite Platform as the digital banking platform for its nearly 125,000 members worldwide.

“Our goal is to continually provide ease, speed and convenient-delivery of financial solutions for our members,” said Prasad Surapaneni, Chief Information Officer at UNFCU. “After surveying the industry, Jwaala’s Ignite Platform stood out as one of the most unique and flexible in the marketplace. Our developers can customize the open architecture, extend the functionality and integrate the platform with our existing applications to provide secure financial solutions for members anytime, anywhere.”

“Because of their special internal configuration and the necessity to deliver on a number of member-critical features, it became clear that the flexibility and mobile-friendly approach of Jwaala’s Ignite Platform would be a good fit,” said Andrew Taylor, Jwaala’s Chief Executive Officer. “Our partnership with UNFCU demonstrates our philosophy that a credit union’s unique needs should be met with an equal ability to accommodate them and together, enhance service.”

About Jwaala

Based in Austin, Tex., and founded in 2006, Jwaala creates mobile and online banking solutions for U.S. financial institutions. Built on a modern and open-systems framework, Jwaala’s product suite provides a self-service platform unmatched in functionality and flexibility.

About United Nations Federal Credit Union (UNFCU)

UNFCU offers a full suite of banking products and services designed for the mobile lifestyle of the global UN community. Headquartered in New York, UNFCU was founded in 1947 by 13 UN staff members. Today, UNFCU has more than 125,000 members worldwide and is one of the 30 largest credit unions in the US with representative offices in Austria, Italy, Kenya and Switzerland. More information is available at www.unfcu.org.