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CUFX: Has its time arrived?

first_img continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Participants learned how they can begin integrating Credit Union Financial Exchange during a breakout session at the co-located CUNA Technology Council and CUNA Operations & Member Experience Council Conferences in San Francisco.Credit Union Financial Exchange (CUFX), an industry changing initiative lead by the CUNA Technology Council, is a systems integration standard that connects applications to core processing systems.CUFX allows credit unions to:Reduce complexity and operating expenses.Improve member experience and employee efficiency.Increase speed of delivery of new business functions industry wide.Enable application innovation by reducing or eliminating repetitive, time-consuming customizations.“The whole goal is to ease the integration between software systems,” says Jeff Johnson, chief information officer at Baxter Credit Union. “One of the biggest pain points, one of the most expensive thing that we do, and one of the things that delays our speed to market, is that integrating different software. CUFX can greatly ease that burden.”last_img read more

Wozniacki to retire after 2020 Aussie Open

first_imgRelatedPosts Aussie Open: Thiem upsets Nadal to reach semi-finals Wozniacki withdraws from Dubai tourney  Wozniacki knocked out of Australian Open Former World Number One, Caroline Wozniacki, has announced she will retire in 2020 after the Australian Open in Melbourne. She will bring her impressive career to a close at the Australian Open, where she won her first Grand Slam title in 2018. The 29-year-old Dane has won 30 WTA singles titles, winning six in 2010 and 2011. In 2010 she became the first Scandinavian woman to reach the top of the rankings in tennis history. “I’ve thought about it for a long time,” she told People magazine. “It’s obviously not an easy decision, and I don’t think it ever would be. “Tennis is something that I’ve done for my entire life, and I wake up and I practice and I play tournaments, but there are so many other things out there that I’d love to do.” Wozniacki was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis before the US Open in 2018 but says her diagnosis was not a factor in her decision to retire. “I don’t think it is hindering me. It makes some things more challenging, but I feel great in the day-to-day. “I feel like I can do anything, and I’ve won some of the biggest titles of my career with this illness.” In fact, she won the Australian Open in January of 2018 the China Open last year after being diagnosed with RA. Following her diagnosis, Wozniacki plans to raise awareness of RA in her life post-tennis. “We’re launching a new health education campaign centred around rheumatoid arthritis. I felt that it was important that I use my platform to share my story and show that anything is possible, regardless of RA.” Another part of her decision came from wanting to start a family with her former NBA husband David Lee, who she married in June. “We want to start a family,” she said. “And I can’t wait to spend more time with my friends and family that I haven’t been able to over the past 20 years that I’ve been travelling.”Tags: Australia OpenCaroline Wozniackilast_img read more