Bluepoint Solutions Joins with Hope Credit Union to Address Mobile Technology and the Underbanked During NACHA PAYMENTS 2014

Henderson, NV. – March 20, 2014 – Bluepoint Solutions today announced that CMO Andrew Tilbury will join Hope Credit Union’s Richard Campbell, CFO, and Scot Slay, VP/Marketing & Communications Director, to speak on leveraging mobile technology to reach the underbanked at NACHA PAYMENTS 2014. Tilbury, Richard and Scot will specifically address Hope Credit Union’s experience and results with deploying Bluepoint’s mobile remote deposit capture solution QwikDeposit ToGo.

The presentation is part of the Payment Strategies, and focuses on how Hope Credit Union has successfully used mobile banking apps, mobile deposit and community outreach programs to bring banking services to the underserved.

The presentation will also address:

  • Challenges that credit unions face in reaching unbanked and underbanked
  • Key drivers contributing to chronic lack of access to traditional financial services for these groups
  • Relevant trends in mobile technology that apply to consumers outside of the banking system
  • The competitive landscape for credit unions looking at deploying mobile technology in their region
  • The impact upon consumers who turn to alternative financial services for their transaction and credit needs

WHO:              Richard Campbell, CFO of Hope Credit Union

                           Scot Slay, VP/Marketing & Communications Director of Hope Credit Union

                           Andrew Tilbury, CMO of Bluepoint Solutions

WHEN:           Monday, April 7th at 4:30pm ET.

WHERE:         NACHA PAYMENTS 2014, Orlando World Center Marriott, Orlando, Fla.

CONTACT:    Tilbury, Campbell and Slay will be available for meetings both during and after the show.  For more information or to schedule a meeting with the participants, contact Jennifer Quimson at jennifer.quimson@bluepointsolutions.com or 760.410.9000 x 447.

About Hope Credit Union

HOPE (Hope Enterprise Corporation/Hope Credit Union) is a community development financial institution, community development intermediary and policy center that provides affordable financial services; leverages private, public and philanthropic resources; and engages in policy analysis in order to fulfill its mission of strengthening communities, building assets and improving lives in economically distressed parts of the Mid-South. Since 1994, HOPE has generated more than $1.7 billion in financing and related services for the unbanked and underbanked, entrepreneurs, homeowners, nonprofit organizations, health care providers and other community development purposes. Collectively, these projects have benefitted more than 400,000 individuals in the Delta, Katrina-affected areas, and other distressed communities throughout Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee. More at www.hope-ec.org or www.hopecu.org.