GREENSBORO, N.C., June 23, 2020 / — Dynamic Quest and The Carolinas Credit Union League are pleased to announce they have entered a new strategic partnership. Dynamic Quest will be the Carolinas Credit Union League’s preferred technology partner.
“Our new partnership with the Carolinas Credit Union League was designed to bring cutting-edge solutions to credit unions across North and South Carolina,” said Tommy Riggins, Manager of Channel Sales at Dynamic Quest. “With decades of experience working with credit unions, we understand the expertise required to support their unique IT environments.”
With technology playing an ever increasing role in every aspect of business, credit unions recognize the need to accelerate and stabilize their networks and digital solutions to ensure they remain competitive and secure. Dynamic Quest’s industry leading technology solutions can provide customized IT support to all the League’s active members.
“The uncertain economy and changing financial services landscape demand greater focus on technology,” said Craig Beach, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at the Carolinas Credit Union League. “There is a clear need for top-notch solutions and a reliable technology partner, and Dynamic Quest is an ideal fit for Carolinas credit unions.”
The Dynamic Quest – Carolinas Credit Union League partnership enables credit unions to have access to a deep bench of exceptional technicians that can support a wide range of technology solutions at a fixed-rate.
“Dynamic Quest has been assisting Acclaim Federal Credit Union with our networking needs since 2008. They do an excellent job and have always been there to manage our network. Their solution for us has been flexible enough to meet our many and ever changing technology needs,” said Valerie Marsh, President and CEO of Acclaim Federal Credit Union. “With a company like Dynamic Quest, there are so many employees who have different skill sets that it ensures the best answer in any project we may have to tackle. Acclaim considers Dynamic Quest to be a valuable technology partner and would highly recommend them to anyone who is needing experienced IT professionals.”
To learn more about Dynamic Quest’s partnership with the Carolinas Credit Union League, please contact, Tommy Riggins, Dynamic Quest’s Channel Manager.
Founded in 2000, Dynamic Quest is a managed service provider for IT services to enterprises and mid-sized businesses. Dynamic Quest offers a broad set of services including hosted cloud services, disaster recovery, managed IT, service plans, application support, virtual CIO and security services. The Company’s headquarters is in Greensboro, North Carolina and houses a data center facility that was built in 2007. Dynamic Quest currently has offices in North Carolina, Georgia, and the Philippines. For more information, visit https://dynamicquest.com/.
Established in 2014, the not-for-profit Carolinas Credit Union League unites the former leagues of North Carolina and South Carolina, each begun in 1934 by leaders committed to the cooperative spirit and the common goal of credit union growth. The Carolinas Credit Union League is at its core the primary advocate for credit unions, focusing members’ collective political voice. Yet it is much more than a strong advocate, helping promote credit union success through regulatory compliance support, product enhancement, service delivery, and employee education. For more information, visit https://carolinasleague.org.
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