May 16th 2017— CU24, the Tallahassee based payments CUSO, announced that it is changing its name to CULIANCE.

“Credit unions have changed, their members’ requirements have changed, and we’re changing right along with them,” said Mansel Guerry, President and CEO, “We’ve expanded our portfolio of products and services to meet the evolving needs of our credit unions to better help them compete and improve their members’ lives.”

The nation’s largest credit union owned POS and EFT network has recently brought to market a mobile banking app, POCKETCU, and a processing solution, PROCINCH, specifically designed to give small-midsize credit unions competitive, affordable opportunities in both areas.

“We’re not just another vendor, we are a partner,” explains Mr. Guerry, “A credit union alliance committed to helping our members meet the demands of an increasingly complex and dynamic financial services industry. We believe in credit unions, and take seriously our role to strengthen the broader credit union community, our new name, Culiance, reflects this mission and purpose.”

Credit Union 24 began in 1980, when four central Florida credit unions formed a CUSO to share their ATMs and serve their members 24 hours a day.

Today, Culiance has over 500 members and serve credit unions throughout the United States.

For more information contact: Lauren Giannini at or 850-701- 2442.



Author: The Credit Union Exchange

CULIANCE is a CUSO that draws its strength from inclusion not size. As an alliance of credit unions, we believe that together credit unions can accomplish so much more than they can alone. We’re devoted to the purpose and the potential of the credit union community, and are continually pursuing ways to engage, support, and inspire it. Our state-of-the-art, affordable products and services are developed to ensure you meet the demands of an ever-changing, dynamic financial services industry so that you can better compete and help improve your members’ lives. For more information, please visit or call (877) 570-2824.

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