League Data, the Chief Information Officer and technology partner for the Atlantic Canadian credit unions, chose Mambu to empower its member credit unions which represents more than 320,000 members.
Mambu’s modern and innovative platform will replace League Data’s legacy core banking system to modernize the banking experience for their members.
With Mambu, League Data will have a composable solution that can be molded to Atlantic credit unions’ business goals and the needs of their members. Through this approach, Mambu will enable League Data to build a digital ecosystem by composing the best product for its specific needs, in a more cost effective and faster pace.
“We looked at a number of technology providers, and Mambu was the solution that best matched our cooperative culture and business objectives, as well as our future goals,” said Carrie Forbes, League Data’s CEO. “We wanted a new platform that was not only built on cutting edge technology but also adaptable to future emerging technologies such as open banking, blockchain, and artificial intelligence applications. Mambu’s corporate culture and dedication to community had a strong influence in our selection. We are confident that Mambu will be a strong ecosystem partner within our partner community. The credit unions were seeking a strategic move to modernize our core platform, and Mambu was the clear choice to enable our future success.”
"We looked at a number of technology providers, and Mambu was the solution that best matched our cooperative culture and business objectives, as well as our future goals."
Carrie Forbes, CEO, League Data
Mambu is changing the market through its composable approach, which is the quick and flexible assembly of independent best-of-breed vendors. Through open APIs, Mambu seamlessly integrates with other off-the-shelf software solutions, providing League Data and the Atlantic Credit Union system an even greater user experience, as well as sophisticated digital tools and services. Mambu has worked closely with customers like League Data to better understand their value proposition and how they plan to “move the needle” to offer better, differentiated experiences to their end-customers.
Today League Data serves 40 credit unions and has 130 locations acros the Atlantic Canada.
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