Tell Me Why I’m Wrong
Randy Karnes, CEO of the 100% credit union-owned CUSO CU*Answers, has entered the blog world with his new site Tell Me Why I’m Wrong. In it Karnes shares his opinions on matters related to the credit union industry and encourages readers to respond with their own thoughts on the topic, or to tell Karnes why they disagree.
Just How It Works
Just How It Works seeks to question the way things work: in the credit union industry, in business, in marketing, in our personal lives… and to either help explain the decisions that were made or be the catalyst for people to work towards a change.
The Data Plunge
In order to create a business about data, one must be inspired to actually take the plunge into data. Data is everywhere and without diving in, we will be lost within the sea of data. The goal with this blog is to teach, negotiate, and challenge the community of those who are invested in data and how a business can be built surrounding the data that they are impacted by each and every day. Concepts and ideas will be generated to entice readers to think about what they are doing with data, and how they can improve on those operations.
The Data Dialogue
The Data Dialogue is a blog dedicated to maximizing the value attained through proper data utilization and presentation. If a single picture is worth a thousand words, what would an analytical briefing be worth?
My Credit Union Did What?
Making observations that stimulate collaboration, and start conversations about credit union operations.
Making a Data Point
Making a Data Point is primarily focused on tactical tips or resources related to data mining, data analyzing, data management, and the best tools we use for each. In order to analyze data, we must first know where to find and extract it. I’ll share stories of my experiences and projects on our team called Asterisk Intelligence…and it’s possible some not so practical topics could creep their way in as well.
Web Services News
The Business Continuity Blog
CU*Answers is committed to being there when our customers and owners need us most. Whether it’s the software tools we build and provide that enable credit unions to successfully manage and market their operations or the online banking platforms our members use to reach their financial goals, the expectations are the same. The network and the information it contains must be secure and it must be available.