PRESS RELEASE December 15, 2016 - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LINO LAKES, MN – Sharetec System, one of the fastest growing core systems that offers the technology of simplicity, announces 49 successful Service Bureau installations for 2016.
Nick Woodard, President of United Savings Credit Union, comments, "During a planning session, we decided to migrate our Sharetec services from an in house server to the Service Bureau service. With any conversions that are done there is a certain sense of uncertainty of the unknown along with potential disruptions to serving our members. The team at Sharetec had us well prepared and I am happy to say that we seamlessly converted with no issues to the Service Bureau. Hats off to their team on making this conversion a positive experience for our credit union."
Sharetec offers clients a Service Bureau designed to lower initial investments and provide peace of mind. Sharetec’s Service Bureau simplifies the process and provides a sense of security and relief as the professionals at Sharetec do the "heavy lifting". This enables staff to spend more time with members. An Illinois credit union who recently made the switch has saved a great deal of time. Betsy Rhynes, President, comments, "Streator Community Credit Union went with Sharetec’s Service Bureau this past summer. The transition went smooth and it was a great relief to no longer worry or deal with the equipment housed in our basement. So far we have no complaints!"
"With all the security threats taking place now days, we want Sharetec customers to know their member’s data is a top priority. Sharetec Service Bureau allows our Credit Unions to focus more on growing their membership and offers them less worry about servers and backups, saving them valuable time. With almost 50 installs for 2016, we can positively say Sharetec Service Bureau is a great success," comments Keane Kulak, Regional Director for Sharetec System.
Sharetec, a provider of both in-house and service bureau core solutions, has delivered an ROI, building income streams and lowering operating expenses to nearly 300 credit unions with 67% growth since 2000.