Sharetec’s eNotices is the solution for today’s busy Credit Unions, enabling them to provide high-quality eServices to their members, while lowering their own day-to-day operating expenses. The solution assists Credit Unions of all sizes in giving their members the excellent service that they deserve—including easy, fast and secure access to their account notices, letters and correspondence.  

With eNotices, members enjoy electronic access to a variety of key information including:

     • ACH Overdraft Letters

     • Certificate Maturity Notices

     • Loan Past Due Notices

     • Loan Payment Notices

     • Overdraft Courtesy Pay Notices

     • Share Draft Overdraft Letters

     • Transaction Receipts

     • Variable Rate Notices

Thanks to eNotices, not only do members receive their notices faster than through traditional methods, Credit Unions can benefit from significant cost savings as they reduce postage, envelopes, paper, ink and staff time expenditures. Plus, the solution is environmentally friendly as members receive all of their vital information electronically. One could say that eNotices really delivers!

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Winnebago Community Credit Union (WCCU) in Oshkosh, WI, wanted to improve their cost savings and operational efficiencies, as well as member relations. WCCU implemented Sharetec's Auto-Enrollment and have had great results.

"We pride ourselves on our sales and service culture. The benefit to our members is a secure and timely receipt of their statements. We have benefited by saving money due to the lower cost of the electronic delivery." Tony Tiede, President of WCCU

Before WCCU switched to Sharetec’s Auto-Enrollment, only 32% of their members were using Online Banking, and only 16% of those members were using eStatements and eNotices. There are currently 96% of WCCU’s Online Banking members using eStatements and eNotices. That is a 500% growth and an annual savings of $14,500.

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The quickest, most economical delivery for member statements is through Home Banking. Reduce mailing costs, eliminate manual efforts and deliver paperless statements directly to your member via email. Customize Sharetec’s electronic statements to include promotions and cross selling opportunities.  Automatic E-Statements opt-in is also available.

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Now that you have downloaded the 2018 Sharetec Conference app and created a user account, we encourage you to take a peek at the upcoming Conference schedule and the many informative sessions that are being planned. Since the goal of our Conference is to assist your Credit Union in climbing to the peak of success, you will see that vital information—in the form of a variety of sessions featuring best practices and phenomenal speakers—is in the works for our September 17th - 19th event! 

Find everything you need to know about Sharetec Conference sessions in the app’s schedule tool. Simply tap on the dates at the top of the screen to navigate through the schedule, and click on a session name to get more details. Below the session description text, you may see links to other items in the guide, surveys, PDFs, and/or websites as additional resources.

Create your own custom schedule by tapping “Add to my schedule” or the plus sign symbol from sessions in the schedule.  By doing so, you will be able to view your custom schedule for the event whenever you select “My Schedule.” Note that you can always add and delete items from your schedule at any time as you continue to tailor it to best meet your needs.

Keep in mind that the Conference schedule/sessions may evolve somewhat in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for details as we prepare to make our way to the amazing city of San Antonio in September!


“Internet of Things devices bring virtual ears and eyes into financial business settings, and areas where credit union employees and their customers, vendors and guests work, talk and interact,” Rebecca Herold, president of the Des Moines, Iowa-based SIMBUS and CEO of The Privacy Professor, added.

Herold warned there are growing threats IOT devices bring into credit union environments, such as:

    • Some smartphones “listen” using their microphones at all times – but what are they hearing? Video and photo apps can also capture images such as computer screens, white boards and printed documents on desks. Hacked devices can surveil and record information for extortion or something worse.

    • Wearables – such as fitness trackers and smartwatches – transmit information about activities, locations and dates, among other things.

    • Connected smart printers, copiers, fax machines and other office equipment can unintentionally create pathways between the internet and the credit union's network.

    • Financial organization employees increasingly use digital assistants to help track activities and record meetings. This data, often kept in a cloud location indefinitely, sometimes becomes shared with unidentified third parties.

To read more on this article in the Credit Union Journal click on the link below.