PSCU Selected by Tarrant County’s Credit Union to Boost Credit Card Processing, Support

PSCU has announced that it will be working with Tarrant County’s Credit Union (TCCU) to provide debit and credit card processing services and support, according to a press release emailed to PYMNTS.

“Like PSCU, it is clear that TCCU puts member experience at the heart of all of its services and offerings,” said Chris Gunnare, senior vice president and chief sales officer at PSCU. “We are very pleased with the opportunity to work alongside the credit union team to deliver their members the industry-leading tools, technologies and support for which our CUSO [credit union service organization] is known.”

TCCU is based in Fort Worth, Texas, and has over $117 million in assets and over six decades in the business. Per the release, it wants to make its members’ “financial goals a reality,” and through this partnership, it will be able to offer more cutting edge debit and credit card processing technology.

Lily Newfarmer, president and CEO of TCCU, said PSCU “had everything we were looking for in a trustworthy partner,” adding that PSCU has already done well on providing support and training to help the conversion go well.

PYMNTS writes that PSCU has also recently been selected as a partner to work with New England Federal Credit Union (NEFCU).

See also: PSCU Tapped by Vermont’s NEFCU as Processing Partner

NEFCU serves 12 Vermont counties and four in New Hampshire. It has 95,000 members and handles over $1.9 billion in assets.

Like TCCU, NEFCU had been looking for a partner that could deliver a strong digital solution for the future. Susan Leonard, senior vice president and chief financial officer, said the idea was to give NEFCU members expanded digital and mobile services.

“Our ultimate goal has been, and always will be, to provide our members with the highest standard of service to exceed their expectations and needs,” Leonard said.

NEFCU will be using PSCU’s credit services starting in 2022, and debit services will be rolled out in 2023.