For immediate release: August 20, 2020
Windsor, ON – Motor City Community Credit Union launches upgraded public website as part of a multi-phase digital member experience transformation utilizing the Forge Digital Banking suite of online services, aligning with many other Canadian credit unions.
Rob Griffith, Chief Executive Officer of Motor City Community Credit Union, is enthusiastic about how this transformation will elevate digital banking. “The need for a strong foundation was clear to us as we embarked on the renewal of our online experience, with the public website being the keystone of the project. We are fiercely committed to enhancing our member’s experience and the Forge Platform gives us the flexibility to innovate with the changing demands of the market.”
The Forge Digital Banking suite is an integrated solution that includes the public website, online banking, and mobile app. Plus, more services are being developed for future integration. This multi-year project is putting the member experience first and will fundamentally improve the way Motor City’s members perform their day-to-day banking, creating a cohesive experience across all channels.
“Congratulations to Motor City Community Credit Union for prioritizing the ever-evolving needs of their members in introducing them to a refined digital banking experience,” says Mark Blucher, President and CEO of Central 1. “As the Forge Digital Banking Platform is designed to adapt and pivot with customer needs and trends, they will continuously be on the cutting edge of collaborative innovation.”
About Motor City Community Credit Union
For over 80 years, Motor City Community Credit Union has provided full financial services to Windsor and Essex County. Truly, a credit union built from the ground up beginning with Printers Industrial Credit Union in 1938, Motor City has stayed true to the values of co-operative banking and the credit union system in our community and continues to grow and service over 13,000 members with technology, products and services our members have come to expect. Local decision-making and putting people before profits remains a priority for Motor City Community Credit Union, now and into the future.
Becky Langlois, Marketing & Community Relations Manager
Motor City Community Credit Union