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Envisant and Pure IT create Cloud+Union package

Source: Envisant

CUSOs Envisant and Pure IT have partnered to create Cloud+Union, a bundled service offering for small credit unions nationwide to transition away from on-premises hardware and take the leap into the cloud.

Many small credit unions struggle to meet technology, security, and access needs of today's business and regulatory environment. With next-generation network implementation, a cloud-focused software stack, and Pure IT as a Managed Services Partner, Cloud+Union is helping credit unions start their journey to the cloud.

The Cloud+Union product, officially launching May 1, 2023, will have security, compliance, and collaboration features like multi-factor authentication, a new Microsoft implementation, and industry-leading firewalls. As credit union technology progresses into the cloud, additional capabilities and complexity will become available.

Jack Smith, Pure IT CEO, says: "Cloud+Union is a game changer for small credit unions seeking secure and compliant IT services. With its cutting-edge technology and dedicated team, Cloud+Union delivers peace of mind, allowing credit unions to focus on what matters most -- serving their members. This innovative product is a testament to the power of collaboration and technological advancement for the financial industry."

Libby Calderone, Envisant President and COO, adds: With information security a top priority, providing access to modern, cloud-based technology creates a direct line for credit unions to work smarter, not harder. Envisant stands behind credit unions to connect them with tools that propel them toward digital transformation and incredible member service -- all while maintaining the highest security standards. Cloud+Union with Pure IT is a partnership that we're extremely proud of because it is specifically designed to provide that access and ease the transformation for credit unions."

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