A year after the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic struck, Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union now finds itself experiencing an “over-abundance of productivity,” but they’re armed with a plan and have their sights set on continuing to provide solutions to member credit unions.
“There used to be a lot of time taken up driving, or lunch, or talking to people,” says Tim Bruculere, senior vice president at the corporate credit union based in Naperville, Ill. “But it’s now free time, so we’ve got a lot of stuff going on.”
During a conversation with CUNA News, Bruculere talks about what Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union experienced in 2020, including the shift to remote work, an ACH outage days after transitioning to remote work, how it helped its community, and what it has planned for 2021.
Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union is a CUNA Associate Business Member at the Choice level.
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