Updates to Numbers

We’ve had a great┬áresponse┬áso far to the Numbers beta and we are already making some additions due to great feedback.

  • All CUSC shared branches are now included in the database (~4000)
  • All COOP ATM’s. Over 28,000 of them.
  • In partnership with REAL Solutions, we’ve added a list of all credit unions with branches in schools.

What does this mean to you? Well, the shared branching data and the ATM data both have latitude and longitude included. You can make nearly any variety of map mash-up that you can think of. iPhone branch locator app? Check. Andriod app? Check. A branded ATM locator app for your CU? A walk in the park.

We’re working on even more data and hope to have every credit union branch location in the US sometime this quarter. In the mean time, we’re also creating some new “views” in the database because nobody knows that fs220.acct_010 is the field that contains the asset size of the credit union. Once we get a few of the views built, it will be much easier for people not intimately familiar with the data to do useful things with it.

As always, keep playing around with Numbers and let us know if you have any ideas or concerns!

8 thoughts on “Updates to Numbers”

  1. Eric–

    Thanks for the feedback. I’d love to get Alliance One in there, but I can’t seem to find anything on their site about getting that information. With COOP, you can download a file with all of their locations. If you guys have any existing relationship with them, they might be will to give you an Excel spreadsheet or something listing out all of their locations. We could add that to the database and make it very easy for many people to get to!

  2. Robbie-

    It looks like if you put in a participating FI’s routing number, you are taken to a screen where you can download the file in CSV. You can put in ours its:


    Put it in on the bottom left login box at this page:


    Alternatively, this link also seems to work without logging in:


    Let me know if that doesn’t work out and I can look into it further.


  3. Any thought to making an offline copy of the database available for download. It would make development and testing easier to have a local copy.

  4. @Kevin – It has been discussed before. What kind of format were you think? The mdf and ldf files from the actual DB or more flat files of some type? And what is challenging in using this in a testing/debugging scenario?

  5. The mdf and ldf files would be perfect. The biggest problem is for testing, sometime the connection can be slow and when your making frequent minor changes and just want to see if you change worked it can be slow process to do debugging.

  6. @Kevin – Not a bad idea! How would you envision that working? Just want to download the files from the site or should I loosen permissions on the DB to let people do it themselves through SQL Management Studio?

  7. Not sure how detailed the permissions can be set in SQL management studio, but if the ability is there to export the database to a file then that would work. Otherwise just having the files available for download would work too. I know if I had a local copy and could look at it in SQL management studio it would be easier for me to get more familiar with how the data is organized as well.

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