Neighbors Federal Credit Union, a Baton Rouge, LA based Credit Union, recently held the grand opening of their new “Technology Branch” in Denham Springs, Louisiana. The goal of this new branch concept was to enable their staff to focus on their members and delivering superior member service.
Neighbors FCU chose the Automated Transaction Delivery fully integrated Teller Cash Recycling 400A Solution. This option includes the robust capability of the Hyosung 400A TCR, the superior core integration and training delivered by Add-On Technologies and their Dynacash software, and the full turn key support and delivery of Automated Transaction Delivery.
The results delivered by the Automated Transaction Delivery solution are best stated by our partners at Neighbors Federal Credit Union:
“I have used other recyclers in the past but this new recycler by far is the best I have ever seen or used. It is very simple, user friendly, and almost error-free. With this recycler I don’t have to have multiple cash drawers set up. Any branch employee can come up to the recycler, log in and do a transaction for a member without having access to cash. I simply LOVE our new recycler and the dialogue tower!!”
Pammi Bains, VP, Regional Manager Neighbors Federal Credit Union
About Neighbors Federal Credit Union
In March of 1954, five teachers joined forces and chartered Baton Rouge Teachers Federal Credit Union with only $150 in a shoe box. The first office was built in 1965 on South Foster and housed one full-time and two part-time employees. Over 60 years later that credit union has grown to over 75,000 members and $800 million dollars in assets and is still run on the same ideas of good service and fair rates.
About Automated Transaction Delivery
Automated Transaction Delivery is a FINTECH company founded in 2015 by a group of 30+ year veterans in the business of serving Financial Institutions. Our mission is to enable Community Financial Institutions and Credit Unions to deliver the latest technology at an affordable cost. Our “Hosted Solutions” remove the costs and burden of developing and maintaining the complex systems required for today’s technology.