The Summerland Credit Union has launched a new website. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)

Summerland Credit Union launches new website

New platform features additional features and enhanced performance

The Summerland Credit Union has launched a new Forge website at www.sdcu.com.

“This powerful digital platform will allow our credit union to quickly fulfill members current and future expectations and service needs,” said Kelly Marshall, president and chief executive officer of the credit union.

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Forge is the name of the digital platform that the new website is built around. It was created in partnership with Central 1 Credit Union and Backbase, a global leader in digital banking solutions.

More than 160 credit unions across Canada are using the Forge Digital Banking Platform.

The new website has new streamlined features including dynamic calculators, timely financial content, increased performance and speedier responses.

“As SDCU moves into the next decade, we will continue to invest in technology, services and people to ensure we evolve with the changing service needs of our members. This includes updating our online and digital offerings with the launch of our new website on the Forge digital platform,” Marshall said.

The Summerland Credit Union was formed in 1944. Today it has more than 7,000 members and more than $300 million in assets.

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