Tackling the Member Experience Challenge in Mergers or Acquisitions
By Kyle Hutchins and Neil Hartman as featured in Credit Union Business
Date : April 25, 2014
Neil Hartman and Kyle Hutchin’s co-authored article explores how credit unions can ensure that customer experience stays consistent or is strategically improved in the midst of a merger or acquisition.

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