Prodigy names new CTO to help lead the CUSO to its tech future
SALT LAKE CITY, UT (December 12, 2023) — Brian Elcock, a veteran of business technology, has joined the Prodigy team as its new Chief Technology Officer. This is a brand new role for the leading cloud-based core CUSO.
While new to the credit union market, Elcock is no stranger to technology. Prior to joining Prodigy, Elcock spent nearly nine years at Dynata, a digital marketing data platform provider. He’s also served in a variety of technology-oriented roles in health care, financial transaction, higher education, ecommerce, supply chain management and many other industry systems.
“Prodigy is delivering incredible technologies to credit unions that many larger organizations haven’t had access to,” Elcock said. “I’m eager to bring the team my passion for leadership, technical architecture, system management, technical product ownership, agile processes, system design, project management and business process automation. Together we can help credit unions advance even further to serve their members as they see fit.”
Prodigy CEO Amber Harsin stated, “Given credit unions’ current environment in the areas of both security and member relevance, we are very excited to bring Brian’s thoughtful leadership and technical expertise to Team Prodigy. His expertise will continue guiding us toward the future of what’s possible for a credit union core processor.”
Prodigy is a core processing and private cloud Credit Union Service Organization (CUSO), featuring a modern browser-based core and an API architecture for simple integrations, so credit unions can choose what business partners they want to use. Prodigy is 100% owned by 24 credit unions from California to New York with asset sizes ranging from $7 million to more than $500 million. We empower credit unions to participate in the direction, evolution and design of innovative products and solutions. Visit www.CUProdigy.com to learn more.