FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 5, 2016
BTECH AND CUPRODIGY FORM STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP TO SOLVE THE TWO BIGGEST CREDIT UNION TECHNOLOGY PROBLEMS
Layton, UT, February 5, 2016 – Btech, a leading provider of affordable managed IT security services for credit unions, and CUProdigy, a leading provider of core and cloud services for credit unions, have recently signed a partnership agreement for Btech to resell CUProdigy’s new cloud services.
CUProdigy has recently introduced two new cloud services; Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). These new cloud services leverage the latest state of the art technology to provide credit unions the ability to move in-house servers to the cloud, as well as use the secure cloud space of CUProdigy as a disaster recovery site for their critical systems.
“I am very excited about this partnership because it gives our credit union clients the opportunity to leverage cloud offerings using a respected vendor in the credit union space”, says Lee Bird, President of Btech. “We have also seen many of our clients struggle with the costs and complexity associated with typical DR solutions. These cloud offerings from CUProdigy eliminate the burdensome work associated with building out a DR solution or getting a DR strategy in place”.
“This partnership is the perfect marriage of affordable IT security services with purpose built cloud infrastructure,” says Anthony W. Montgomery, CEO of CUProdigy. “This new offering of cloud managed services goes way beyond server rooms and blinking lights. This is about taking what could easily be every credit union’s most stressful part of their IT management and completely removing it from daily operations. Simply put, both Btech and CUProdigy are in the business of peace of mind.”
The new partnership between Btech and CUProdigy takes affect February 1, 2016.
If you would like more information about this topic, please contact CUProdigy representative Craig Peterson at 801-335-5084 or email at email@example.com. Or, contact Lee Bird at 626-397-1045 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.