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Nov 2017: Samaha & Associates CEO Sabeh Samaha Featured in Credit Union Management — The Big Purchase Decision

Nov 2017: Samaha & Associates CEO Sabeh Samaha featured in Credit Union Management The Big Purchase Decision: For best results, the Board needs to set direction. . . By Charlene Komar Storey Excerpt: It happens over and over again at board meetings— in all types of credit unions, in all kinds of locations. The staff members start explaining the benefits of a rather large technological purchase they’re proposing. But not long after their greeting, they slip into a language that few of the directors

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SEPT 2017: Samaha & Associates CEO Sabeh Samaha Featured in Credit Union Management article: Who’s There? As relationships go digital, CUs step up authentication to safely serve members they can’t see or hear.

SEPT 2017: Samaha & Associates CEO Sabeh Samaha featured in Credit Union Management Who’s There? As relationships go digital, CUs step up authentication to safely serve members they can’t see or hear. By Richard H. Gamble “Proving a digital message is truly coming from a member trying to make a legitimate transaction is complicated. Identity verification has to accommodate many scenarios these days. Escalating fraud protection to stay a step ahead of fraudsters does carry its own risk: frustrated members. Security is

May 2016: Samaha Associates’ CEO Sabeh Samaha’s Op-Ed “How Credit Unions Can Better Manage Vendor Oligarchies” Published in Credit Union Times

May 2016: Samaha Associates’ CEO Sabeh Samaha’s Op-Ed “How Credit Unions Can Better Manage Vendor Oligarchies” Published in Credit Union Times How Credit Unions Can Better Manage Vendor Oligarchies By Sabeh Samaha May 15, 2016 – Credit Union Times Large technology providers are attempting – often successfully – to ensure that credit union clients buy all core, key data processing and third-party products from their firms. The truth is, no vendor has all the best-of-breed product offerings. These vendor strategies are