Pittsburgh Firefighters Federal Credit Union Enhances Member Services By Selecting GBS and Sharetec

Dan Miller

North Canton, Ohio – November 8, 2010

Pittsburgh Firefighters Federal Credit Union currently serves over 5,500 members from a single location in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Credit Union has over $74 million in total assets and employs nine employees.

The GBS/Sharetec software solution will provide Pittsburgh Firefighters Federal Credit Union the ability to add additional member services, automate manual tasks, and improve efficiencies. The new software encompasses a comprehensive disaster recovery solution, which provides better security and peace-of-mind. “We are excited to provide them a more updated software solution that will allow them to enhance members services and improve efficiencies,” stated Dan Miller, Vice President GBS.

The Sharetec system provides an interface that allows the credit union to answer member’s questions quickly. A systematic workflow allows quick and easy customer transactions. Cross-selling and member rewards will enhance the member’s relationship with the credit union.

About Sharetec Systems, Inc. ( Headquartered in Lino Lakes, Minnesota, Sharetec is a leading provider of core data processing systems to credit unions. Sharetec is wholly owned by its distributors since its inception in 1993 and delivers its core solution throughout the United States via its regional business partners who are the single source of responsibility to the credit union. There are currently more than 300 credit unions using the Sharetec System, making it one of the most widely installed credit union software packages in the United States

About GBS:  GBS is headquartered in North Canton, Ohio. GBS has been providing technology, labeling, filing, and document management solutions since 1971. GBS provides products and services that help customers better Create, Manage, Retrieve, and Deliver information to achieve greater profitability, faster growth, and tangible results for their customers.

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