POPin’s video banking gets some love in LA-LA land
Los Angeles-based CalCom Federal Credit Union has selected POPin’s interactive mobile video banking solution to improve its digital services.
The POPin Video Banking Collaboration means users can access branch services and “complete nearly all banking needs” via the web, personal devices, or branch-based video, removing the need for either party to be in a physical branch or office.
CalCom FCU president and CEO Jon Hernandez says the video banking platform “levels the playing field and increases overall market growth for credit unions, while creating a more personal relationship through digital services”.
According to POPin, the solution plugs directly into the back-end of existing systems. It can also supplement internal branch communications, staff meetings and training sessions though face-to-face mobile video connection and collaboration.
Last year, POPin Video Banking Collaboration merged with BankOn Mobile Video by Financial Town to create “the first interactive mobile video banking solution” for credit unions, banks and other financial service providers in the US.
“POPin is the completion of a lifelong career goal to bring video banking to the masses on all digital platforms,” states Gene Pranger, founder and CEO of POPin.