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mFoundry Launches Mobile Banking Solution for Eli Lilly Federal Credit Union

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Thursday, June 7, 2012 - 09:45

mFoundry, North America's largest mobile banking and payments provider, today announced Eli Lilly Federal Credit Union (ELFCU) has launched ELFCUmobile, a full-featured mobile banking solution that includes native mobile applications, mobile Web and SMS/text banking.

/PRNewswire/ -- mFoundry, North America's largest mobile banking and payments provider, today announced Eli Lilly Federal Credit Union (ELFCU) has launched ELFCUmobile, a full-featured mobile banking solution that includes native mobile applications, mobile Web and SMS/text banking.

At more than $1 billion in assets, ELFCU is an Indianapolis, IN-based credit union serving more than 60,000 members. ELFCU wanted to offer a mobile channel to serve its membership nationwide, including a large, tech-savvy user base that relies on remote access to manage their accounts. Forty percent of members use the credit union's eBranch versus a physical ELFCU branch.

ELFCU began its search for a mobile banking vendor more than a year ago. It was important to the credit union to find a solution that offered not only the standard mobile banking features members wanted, such as apps and remote deposit, but also a flexible platform that would allow for easily adding new features and functionality over time. 


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