LEAGUES LAUNCH IMPROVED WEBSITE
updated 03/08/13 07:34 AM
Enhanced Navigation, Search, and Features
Credit union professionals are discovering a better browsing experience when they visit www.ccul.org, as a new and improved website was recently unveiled by the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues to meet members' needs.
Valuable resources and essential content that your credit union relies on are much easier to find. Additionally, member-exclusive content—such as D.J.'s Economix, TIPS Bulletins, InfoSight, CU Digest, Educational Library, and more—will be easier to access on the new www.ccul.org.
Greatly improved navigation, and streamlined content will deliver to the user the information they are seeking quickly and easily. In addition, a brand new search feature is available for those digging deeper into the vast information repository.
Be sure to check out all of these improved features:
More than ever, www.ccul.org is your online source for advocacy, compliance, training, news, chapters, credit unions solutions, and other resources from the Leagues.
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