CUCollaborate announces beta launch of Credit Union Match

Membership eligibility network accepting limited applications for credit unions interested in testing.

WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 20, 2016) — CUCollaborate, a platform powering credit union collaboration, announces the beta launch of its membership eligibility search engine: Credit Union Match (

Just one year after a successful KickStarter campaign, (, Credit Union Match is accepting a limited number of credit unions interested in testing the new network.

Credit Union Match takes the concept of “Find a Credit Union” beyond zip code look ups and delivers a “Join a Credit Union” solution that solves the membership eligibility problem. The patent pending solution simplifies eligibility complexity and provides consumers with a comprehensive list of all of the credit unions they are eligible to join.

“The way people find a credit union has been in need of an update,” says CUCollaborate Founder, Samuel Brownell. “It’s time to go deeper than branch locators and provide an experience that creates value for consumers and credit unions.”

As Lynn Gregory of Johns Hopkins Federal Credit Union summarizes “To date other sites either leave us out of their results because they do not consider the employer, or they wrongly present our credit union as an option for consumers who may live near our branch but are not eligible to join.”

The beta launch comes as CUCollaborate prepares to launch a new website and beta of its collaboration platform that also serves as the backend for Credit Union Match and allows credit unions to review and edit their eligibility rules and collect leads generated through Credit Union Match.

“As an industry, credit union strength comes from collaboration. Our updated platform effortlessly facilitates the sharing of knowledge and resources.” Brownell notes.

About CUCollaborate

CUCollaborate is a consulting, software development, and digital marketing company whose mission is to help credit unions grow. CUCollaborate primarily focuses on addressing credit union’s biggest obstacle to growth, field of membership.


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