CRMNEXT announces free webinar on how to build a data strategy

GREENVILLE, SC (March 1, 2022) — CRMNEXT is thrilled to announce a new, free webinar for credit union leaders focused on building a strategy to leverage the data credit union’s have at their fingertips. The virtual event is scheduled for Wednesday, March 16, 2022 at 1pm EST and is hosted by CUInsight.

This webinar has been designed to help credit unions effectively utilize their data. Attendees will walk away with tips on how to build a strategy that credit union leaders can implement to make a real impact. The event features  a powerhouse group of speakers including, Anne Legg, Author of Big Data/Big Climb, and credit union consultant and thought leader on data; Jamie Jackson, CEO of Arkatechture, an IT professional with over 20 years of diverse experience in the financial world; Jonathan Taylor, CEO of the CUSO CU Sol, who focuses on utilizing data for the underserved; and CRMNEXT’s James Gilbert, with 20+ years of experience with big data, marketing, and business intelligence.

“There is nothing more magical than sitting in a room full of nerds talking about data. Sounds boring but it’s pretty fun. We are thrilled to have some fun with these folks,” said James Gilbert, Head of Marketing at CRMNEXT. “This conversation is going to be wild.”

This free event will be presented on Wednesday, March 16, 2022 at 1pm EST via Zoom. Those interested in attending this virtual webinar should register here. Log-in information will be provided upon registration.

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