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Georgia Trend Magazine article features CDC Federal Credit Union's vice president

Adapting and Thriving
Georgia’s credit unions embrace change

By Randy Southerland

Nearly all credit unions have gone online with services in one form or another.

The ability to offer remote banking services from websites and mobile apps has been vital to remaining competitive. For members of CDC Federal Credit Union, which serves the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 100 select employee groups, and anyone living in Fulton, Gwinnett and DeKalb counties, getting to one of its three branches can be a challenge – particularly if you’ve just been deployed to a hot spot somewhere in the world.

“You’ll have an employee coming to work one day in Georgia, and there might be an outbreak somewhere in Texas or Africa,” says Andy Anderson, CDC Federal’s vice president for marketing and member engagement. “So over time we’ve invested in more things that people can do virtually wherever they are. We’ve been a big fan of bringing technology into our company. It’s not to get rid of branches, but because our customers needed it.”

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