Origence chief revenue officer Phil DuPree is in a festive mood like the rest of the company, which provides technology solutions for credit unions.

The company that includes CUDL is celebrating its 30th year of operations in 2024, funding $551.2 billion in auto financing during those three decades.

Origence also announced its network expansion to include 20,000 dealerships across the U.S. serving the more than 1,100 network credit unions and their 64 million members.

“As we mark Origence’s 30th anniversary, our journey has been one of unwavering commitment to the success of our credit unions and the people they serve — their members,” Origence president and CEO Tony Boutelle said in a news release. “Looking ahead, we maintain our vision to create the ultimate origination experience, making a positive impact that will be felt at every step of the financing journey.”

The company will officially celebrate its anniversary at LendingTech Live in San Diego on June 25-27.

Throughout 2023, Origence collaborated with credit unions nationwide to serve members’ diverse and evolving financial needs. The collective efforts resulted in more than $59 billion funded for 2 million contracts processed through Origence platforms.

Origence partnered with several new strategic partners last year, including:

—Informed.IQ to implement document processing automation to increase funding efficiencies.

—Tekion to help streamline the automotive online shopping and financing experience while providing credit unions with new indirect lending opportunities.

—Zest to integrate its AI-automated underwriting technology with Origence’s consumer origination platform in ZestAuto.

—iCG Pay, previously iCheckGateway.com, to offer credit unions an enhanced consumer experience processing digital transaction methods in a secure online payment portal during the new account funding process.

In addition to these partnerships, Origence was awarded the 2023 Credit Union Service Organization (CUSO) of the Year – Distinguished Service award from the National Association of Credit Union Service Organizations (NACUSO).

DuPree shared another visit with Cherokee Media Group’s Nick Zulovich for this episode of the Auto Remarketing Podcast recorded at NADA Show 2024 in Las Vegas.

They discussed those achievements, the anniversary celebration and more.

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