Excellence in Technology Award Winners Archive

Five credit unions were honored as winners of the 19th annual CUNA Technology Council’s Excellence Awards, which recognizes outstanding approaches to technology challenges with potential for universal application across the credit union movement. The award winners were recognized during the Council’s 24th annual conference, which took place September 11-14 in Chicago.


2019 Winners

Best of Show: WSECU

Best of Show: WSECU in Olympia, WA won for their “Digital Lending Transformation” entry (assets Greater than $500 Million)  View the Entry


Lone Star Credit Union

Lone Star Credit Union in Dallas, TX for their “Dream Big and Go For It! Technology is a Game Changer no matter your Size” (assets Less Than $150 Million)  


Merck Sharp & Dohme Federal Credit Union

Merck Sharp & Dohme Federal Credit Union in Chalfont, PA in collaboration with Fiserv, for their “Going Big on Biometrics” (assets Greater Than $500 Million)


OCCU

OCCU in Eugene, OR won for their “OCCU Member 360” entry (assets Greater than $500 Million)  View the entry


WSECU

WSECU in Olympia, WA won for their “Digitizing Member Engagement” entry (assets Greater than $500 Million)  View the entry


2018 Winners

2018 Technology Council Award Winners
 

Best of Show: BCU in Vernon Hills

Best of Show: BCU in Vernon Hills, IL won for their “Automation in Action” entry (assets > $500 Million)  View the Entry


Alliant Credit Union

Alliant Credit Union in Chicago, IL won for their “Consumer Lending Platform” entry (assets > $500 Million)  View the Entry


Open Technology Solutions

Open Technology Solutions in Centennial, CO, in collaboration with Shared Service Solutions (S3), Bellco CU, Bethpage FCU, and State Employees CU of Maryland won for their “Open Technology Solutions Migration Tools and Process” entry (assets > $500 Million)


OCCU

OCCU in Springfield, OR won for their “CIO Dashboard in ServiceNow” entry (assets > $500 Million)


Point Breeze Credit Union

Point Breeze Credit Union in Hunt Valley, MD won for their “Web Isolation: entry (assets > $500 Million)  View the entry


2017 Winners

Alliant Credit Union

 

Alliant CU in Chicago, IL, won for their two entries titled “Credit Union Innovation – Hackathons can pave a fast track” and “Custom Develop Mobile Banking Apps.”  View Entry #1  |   View Entry #2


Harborstone Credit Union

 

Harborstone CU in Lakewood, WA, won for their entry titled “BreakFree Checking Rewards Tracker.”  View the Entry


Hughes Federal Credit Union 

 

Hughes FCU in Tucson, AZ (submitted by Fiserv, Alpharetta, GA), won for their entry titled “Using Biometrics to Build an Efficient Team and Better Member Experiences.”  View the entry.


Oregon Community Credit Union

 

Oregon Community CU in Springfield, OR, won for their two entries titled “Branch in a Box” and “Preapproval Project.”  View Entry #1  |   View Entry #2


STCU

 

STCU in Liberty Lake, WA, won for their entry titled “Self-service.”  View the entry.


2001-2016 Winners