CUCollaborate Partners With Nebraska Credit Union League

Strategic partnership will allow league and affiliate credit unions access to CUCollaborate's software to help highlight community and member impact.

CUCollaborate Staff


Sep 8



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The Nebraska Credit Union League (NCUL) and CUCollaborate have entered into a strategic partnership to support the mission and growth of credit unions in the state.

The NCUL and CUCollaborate will seek to help credit unions reach more members through expanded fields of membership, government programs such as CDFI Certification and Low-Income Designation, membership impact analytics, and member acquisition technology.

What They're Saying

“The League is pleased to announce its partnership with CUCollaborate. We actively seek mutually beneficial relationships that leverage collective strengths and create synergistic solutions capable of helping our member credit unions grow and prosper. This is one such partnership,” said league president & CEO Scott Sullivan. “CUCollaborate has a proven track record of providing credit unions with access to new markets, expansion strategies, and growth opportunities without having to invest heavily in market entry tactics.”

“Our partnership with the Nebraska Credit Union League will advance the people helping people mission of credit unions in the state,” added Sam Brownell, founder and CEO of CUCollaborate. “The league system is the critical voice of the credit union movement—true collaboration in action. We seek to support our league partners through advocacy tools and resources that highlight the impact of credit unions’ cooperative model.”

More on the Partnership

Through strategic partnerships, credit union leagues gain exclusive access to AnalyzeCU impact reporting and demographic software which utilizes several data sets to showcase the value of credit union membership within their communities.

Affiliated credit unions of CUCollaborate’s league partners can likewise leverage the AnalyzeCU platform, including access to impact reporting, demographic software, and a CDFI prequalification dashboard to help effectively integrate mission and margin.

The NCUL and CUCollaborate will be hosting a joint webinar for Nebraska credit unions on Thursday, September 14 at 10 a.m. CT, to provide instruction as to how affiliates can take advantage of this new partnership.

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