Wings Financial Launches ClickSWITCH to Provide Automated Account Switching

EAGAN, MN – May 19, 2015 – ClickSWITCH a patent pending, fully automated, turnkey solution that quickly, securely transfers recurring payments and deposits from one financial institution to another, today announced that Wings Financial Credit Union, Minnesota’s largest credit union, has selected their automated account switch product. ClickSWITCH will enable Wings Financial members to easily migrate their recurring transactions with web based automated technology in branch or online at their own convenience.

“We consistently hear the biggest barrier for members to move their full account relationship to Wings is the time and effort involved in moving direct deposit and automatic payments, said John Wagner, Senior Vice President – Member Experience, Wings Financial. “ClickSWITCH uses a simple online process which guides members along the way until everything is switched to the new account. This service is a great enhancement for members opening new accounts at Wings.”

Wings Financial chose ClickSWITCH based on their industry experience, technology, and positive user-experience. ClickSWITCH effectively reduces the number of inactive accounts, increases cross-selling opportunities and improves switch process efficiency. The fully automated account switch process eliminates the hassle of transferring recurring payments and increases activation rates. With ClickSWITCH, account holders can initiate a switch from a financial institution to a new or existing account in less than 10 minutes using a mobile device, personal computer, or by visiting their financial institution.

“We are extremely proud to be selected by Wings Financial to provide our automated account switch tool,” stated Cale Johnston, Founder and CEO of ClickSWITCH. “Wings has a strong vision for ClickSWITCH, making the relationship a natural fit. With the recent openings of Wings’ four new branches, ClickSWITCH will make it easy for new members to transfer their existing accounts.”