Speakers and sessions announced for the 2019 CUNA Operations & Member Experience Council and Technology Council Conferences
MUSKEGO, WI (August 6, 2019) — Gregg Tushaus, President of Emergifi, will be presenting Cloud Migration Journey: Credit Union Case Study at the 22nd Annual CUNA Operations & Member Experience Council and Technology Council Conferences, September 11-14, 2019 in Chicago, IL.
Passionate credit union professionals come together at the CUNA Operations & Member Experience Council and CUNA Technology Council Conferences to learn and discuss the latest trends in the credit union industry and to learn new, innovative strategies they can bring back to their organizations.
“I look forward to sharing a credit union cloud migration journey that has transformed an organization,” expressed Tushaus. “Technology enables credit unions to operate more efficiently and better serve members.”
In his presentation, Tushaus will share a credit union cloud migration journey transforming an organization’s technical culture from one focused on costly and time-consuming maintenance activities (like maintaining servers) to high-value, strategic activities that create opportunities, empower innovation, and drive business results. Attendees will learn how digital transformation and cloud migration delivers or enhances resiliency, collaboration, efficiency, productivity, and agility.
In addition to several thought provoking, credit union industry presenters, Tushaus will be among energizing speakers from outside the credit union industry. Keynote speakers including Sarah Thomas, an Official with the NFL, and Owen Morse and John Wee from The Passing Zone will also be presenting. Thomas will present Overcoming Obstacles to Achieve the Impossible, her story of becoming the first-ever full-time female official in the NFL. Morse and Wee will present Teamwork: The Power of Partnerships, a funny, and entertaining performance showing people how to be part of a high performing team based on trust, cooperation, communication, and practice.
Learn more and register at cunacouncils.org.
Emergifi is a Credit Union Service Organization (CUSO) providing credit union technology solutions that improve productivity and security and reduce costs and risk. Given the incredible pace at which technology is changing, credit unions are challenged to do business faster, smarter, and more efficiently – or risk getting left behind. As a result, cloud computing is rapidly becoming a primary driver of business transformation, giving credit unions a way to differentiate, disrupt, and gain share in the market. Our managed, cloud-based approach offloads low-value utility services and focuses credit union resources on high-value initiatives. Eliminate the burden of routine information technology (IT) operations and maintenance. With our approach, quickly and efficiently access technologies you need, when you need them. We optimize your credit union information technology operations, so you may focus on your business. Please visit emergifi.com to learn more.
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