Financial institutions demand high performance, optimum security and greater flexibility for their IT infrastructure. With a hyperconverged architecture, financial institutions can have just that: increased compute power across applications, better data access, increased backup capability and improved resilience. Considering member-facing services and rising data volumes, financial institutions require high availability, scalability and ease of use to accommodate customer growth and meet customers’ expectations. Customers and employees require 24/7 access to financial information which is why firms need a storage solution that allows prioritization of applications and ensures that IT operations do not negatively impact the customer experience, whether it is an online service or a face-to-face transaction.
Putting Members First with a Faster, More Responsive Data Center
Over the past several years Consumers Credit Union’s customer base has increased by around 40% causing there to be 83,000 members who need access to financial information both during business hours at branches and online 24/7. As a result there is a greater emphasis on being a digital business than ever before. This emphasis on digital business has subsequently created an increased need on the part of Consumer Credit Union to revamp its data center technology. To combat this growing issue, Consumer Credit Union turned to Pivot3 for a solution.