The Pulse 09-07-2017

Volume 6, Issue 37.5



MnIPC Completes Rebranding, Becomes TruLync

The Minnesota Item Processing Corporation (MnIPC) has changed its name to TruLync.


TruLync is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Minnesota Credit Union Network. TruLync offers credit unions and other financial institutions nationwide a complete suite of cost-effective technology solutions which improve operational efficiency, increase financial performance, reduce risk, and enrich member relationships.


“We are thankful for over 30 years of providing credit unions with a cost-effective processing facility,” said MnCUN President & CEO Mark Cummins. “We believe that TruLync embodies us as the organization we are today and the direction we are headed in the future.”


TruLync’s suite of item processing services includes: service bureau delivery of OnApproach M360; data organization and real-time access; file, item, and data processing services; remote deposit Services; back office services; and customer support with certified staff.


“The new logo features a multicolored ‘dot plane,’ representing the full spectrum of data points we explore, filter and analyze on behalf of our customers to provide precise business intelligence that informs decisions and drives results,” said TruLync Vice President Dean Scholl. “The dot plane is skewed in a spherical shape to represent the global nature of our business insights and impact.”


To learn more, visit TruLync online. With questions, contact Dean Scholl by email or by phone at 651-288-5551.



Awareness Campaign Regional Listening Sessions Available

Credit unions are encouraged to send a representative to attend Regional Awareness Campaign Feedback and Listening sessions this month. Network staff and representatives from the Awareness Fund Committee will review the Awareness campaign materials and results to date, and share plans for going forward into 2018, and hear feedback on the campaign.


Date and location options are as follows:


  • Rochester | Wednesday, Sept. 13 | 10-11:30 a.m.
  • St. Cloud | Thursday, Sept. 14 | 4-5:30 p.m.
  • St. Paul | Wednesday, Sept. 20| 10-11:30 a.m.
  • Maple Grove | Thursday, Sept. 21 | 2-3:30 p.m.
  • Sleepy Eye | Wednesday, Sept. 27 | 10-11:30 a.m.

The sessions are free to attend, but we do ask that you please register.


With questions, contact MnCUN Director of Communications Andrea Molnau by email or by phone at 651-288-5527.




Follow the links on the stories below to read more about the outstanding programs, new initiatives and well-deserved recognition received by your peers recently. Got news of your own? Send stories, pitches, press releases and published articles to MnCUN Communications Specialist Laura Whittet.



Upcoming P2P Sessions, Professional Development Opportunities

Credit union professionals are encouraged to join their peers at the upcoming Minnesota Credit Union Network Peer-to-Peer (P2P) meetings.


A full list of upcoming P2P sessions can be found on the MnCUN calendar online. Please note, the Life Simulation will be taking the place of the fall Crew and Financial Educators P2P sessions.



Miracle Jeans Day is September 13

Wearing jeans may lead to a more comfortable day in the office for you, but on Miracle Jeans Day it also generates hope for families relying on the services of a Childrens Miracle Network Hospital. A simple $5 donation could supply 10 diapers for a premature baby. A $25 donation could provide five baby blankets. Best of all—your donation stays local to help kids at Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare.


Since 2009, Miracle Jeans Day has encouraged groups and individuals alike to trade their traditional work attire for jeans and help raise funds for kids treated at the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital in their area. Since its beginning, Miracle Jeans Day has raised more than $4 million to help fund life-saving medical needs in Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.


To register and order merchandise visit the Miracle Jeans Day website.

Minnesota Credit Union Network
555 Wabasha Street N, Suite 200
St. Paul, MN 55102

(651) 288-5170
(800) 477-1034