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  • Writer's pictureKelsie Papenhausen

Aperture Picks Up 4 More for AKUVO

MALVERN, Penn.- AKUVO, a technology organization specializing in collections and credit risk, has signed four more credit unions to its Aperture platform. This has been a year of significant growth for Aperture, with more than 30 financial institutions making the switch to AKUVO’s solution.


AKUVO’s new customers, listed below, converted to Aperture to add automation, improved reporting, increased efficiencies, and elite management tools. Some customers also signed on for AKUVO’s allinclusive managed experience service option.


New Aperture customers include:

• In Dupont, Wash., the $702 million America's Credit Union has 35,000 members.

• 1st United Credit Union in Pleasanton, Calif., has $1.3 billion in assets and 63,000 members.

• The $933 million Heritage Credit Union in Newburgh, Ind., serves 66,000 members.

• 5Point Credit Union in Nederland, Texas, has $916 million in assets and 52,000 members,


“Aperture gives what the collections community needs: data-based risk analytics that transform data into strategy, plus an efficient, effective platform to execute that strategy, manage account holder contact and simplify specialty processes,” observed Steve Castagna, Chief Revenue Officer. “We appreciate this year’s tremendous growth and look forward to serving these and more financial institutions in the future.”


About AKUVO

AKUVO is a leading provider of cloud-based collections software that elevates how banks and credit unions collect and manage their portfolios via its product, Aperture. It provides the technology and data necessary to increase collections efficiency, reduce staff costs, anticipate delinquencies, and provide insight into future credit decisions. AKUVO is defining the future of collections and account performance management with a visionary, behavior-based approach while taking full advantage of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, natural language processing, and machine learning. To learn more, visit www.akuvo.com.

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