Sunova Credit Union has selected Valeyo as its long-term technology partner as it focuses on growing and expanding its digital capabilities with the new Valeyo Ori platform.
The new platform enables a customized digital lending application and net new in-branch experience for both staff and members that is focused on making the end-to-end lending process faster, more intuitive and collaborative between all users.
“We have made a commitment to increase our investment in technology to meet delivery models of the future,” says Sunova President & CEO, Ed Bergen. “We’ve been looking forward to enabling our first digital channel for a few years now, and this new partnership with Valeyo allows us to realize that goal in a timely and concrete way.”
“Sunova Credit Union has been a valued partner of Valeyo for many years and we’re pleased they have chosen to build out their digital lending journey with us.” says Andrew Pastoric, Head, Strategy & Innovation at Valeyo. “Valeyo Ori is the solution that will enable credit unions to transform and grow their business across new channels with speed, agility and innovation. This is an exciting step for us, for Sunova and for their members.”
Sunova Credit Union will implement Valeyo Ori in late 2021.
Valeyo is a leading Canadian-based business solutions provider to the financial services industry. At Valeyo our focus is on bringing together the right products, solutions and services to help our partners thrive. It’s more than a promise. It’s the foundation of how we work. And for more than 40 years, we have been creating the connections with people, partners and industry to drive collaboration, revenue growth and opportunity for all our partners. For more information, visit www.valeyo.com.
About Sunova Credit Union:
Sunova Credit Union’s roots originated in the 1940s when a group of Manitoba farmers listened to the Farm Radio Forum talk about concept of a credit union. Soon the group formed the Grassmere Tecumseh Credit Union based on the philosophy of “people helping people”. In 1955, the credit union was allowed to expand into a larger area, and 11 members signed a new charter to form Stonewall Credit Union. It had just $82 in assets, but has since grown into one of rural Manitoba’s most successful credit unions. In 1974, the credit union was renamed as South Interlake Credit Union (SICU).
In 2008, SICU was rebranded to the credit union you know today: Sunova, a vibrant, friendly full-service financial institution dedicated to providing outstanding member service.