The Top 12 Finopotamus Articles for 2021

Compiled by John San Filippo


Finopotamus’ first full year of publishing was interesting and exciting for everyone involved. In 2021, we published more than 225 original articles, not to mention more than 530 press releases in our Press Room. What’s more, nearly 20,000 people visited our site.


Below is a month-by-month listing of our most popular articles of the year. If you missed any of these or the other 200+ well-sourced, informative articles on wide-ranging topics impacting the credit union industry and beyond, we encourage you to take a look now.


January

Women in Technology: Marty Wye

by W.B. King


Marty Wye is the chief executive officer and president for the Alexandria, Va.–based InFirst Federal Credit Union.


February

Michigan State University FCU Innovation Lab Partners with Fintechs

by Roy Urrico


The $5.5 billion East Lansing, Mich.-based Michigan State University Federal Credit Union took innovation and collaboration to another level with the launch of The Lab at MSUFCU.


March

Women in Technology: Four Fintech Executives Share Industry Insights

by W.B. King


For this special edition recognizing Women’s History Month, we spent time with Sensibill’s Chief Operating Officer Izabella Gabowicz; DeepTarget’s President Jill Homan; Alogent’s Chief Executive Officer Dede Wakefield; and HC3’s Chief Growth Officer Victoria Vancura-Rutland.


April

Women in Technology: Teddie Gambler

by W.B. King


For this installment, we spent time with IU Credit Union’s Senior Vice President of Information Technology, Teddie Gambler.


May

Q2, Moven Team to Enter the BaaS Market, Help FIs Take on Challenger Banks

by John San Filippo


At the FinovateSpring virtual event, Q2 and Moven demoed their new turnkey challenger Bank-in-a-Box solution that can be deployed in financial institutions in as few as 30 days.


June

Women in Technology: KayCee Murray

by W.B. King


For this edition, we spent time with Numerica Credit Union’s Senior Vice President of Information Technology KayCee Murray.


July

Fintech Meetup Reinvents the Conference Experience

by W.B. King


During the inaugural Fintech Meetup conference, more than 2,100 attendees participated in nearly 20,000 15-minute one-on-one meetings — all from the comfort of their home or office.


August

Women in Technology: Trisha Price

by W.B. King


For this installment, we spent time with nCino’s Chief Product Officer Trisha Price.


September

On Location: Jim Stickley Scares the Bejesus Out of Corelation Attendees

by John San Filippo


Jim’s message: You can seemingly do everything right and still get hit with malicious code. The only way to make sure you don’t is to stay off the Internet.


October

LGBTQ+ Focused Credit Union Hopes to Achieve Nirvana

by John San Filippo


The concept for Nirvana, a de novo credit union that is still in the R&D stage, sprung from conversations between industry veterans Ari Farrell and Dan Marques (a.k.a., Madam Nymphadora, CUDE).


November

Interoperability a Leading Reason Workers Credit Union Selects New Core Provider

by W.B. King


With more organizations seeking an open architecture platform that allows the ability to plug-and-play with varied third parties, some leading core providers are experiencing clients jumping ship, which is the case for Workers Credit Union.


December

NCR Looks at Tech Trends Heading into 2022

by Roy Urrico


Atlanta-based enterprise technology provider NCR shared its take on trends to watch heading into 2022, including the maturation of personalization, acceleration of digital experiences, solidification of cryptocurrency strategies, and acceptance of the “as-a-service” model by more financial institutions.


Team Finopotamus wishes you a safe, happy and prosperous 2022!



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