Compushare Cloud Computing
D+H is a leading North American provider of secure, reliable technology to financial institutions. Today, approximately 6,000 financial institutions worldwide rely on D+H to deliver integrated, compliant technology. These solutions enable financial institutions to grow, compete, and optimize operations.
D+H offers Compushare C3 Cloud Computing, the first and only true cloud computing environment built exclusively for community financial institutions. It solves the problems of a traditional IT environment by centralizing resources in a community cloud that affords credit unions business flexibility, security, cost predictability, and resiliency.
Credit unions save 25 percent off retail pricing on initial installation fees through the CUNA Strategic Services alliance with D+H. Compushare C3 is designed to meet credit unions’ growing regulatory requirements by hosting and managing hundreds of financial and business applications. Plus, Compushare C3 is integrated with many of today’s primary core processors.
The state-of-the-art Compushare C3 infrastructure is available to both small and large credit unions through a monthly subscription service. As a result, credit unions are able to improve member service and reduce the costs associated with managing technology in house.
Compushare C3 provides your credit union with a secure and reliable cloud platform where you can access all your applications through a customizable, secure web desktop. All your financial and business applications, data, and systems can be accessed from any device, anywhere, and at any time. All you need is an Internet connection and a browser.
With Compushare C3, your employees run all applications from a single interface, allowing you to focus on more strategic initiatives by eliminating reactive, day-to-day technology management. In addition, the solution simplifies IT projects and makes adding and deleting users, managing access controls, and application deployments and upgrades as easy as clicking a button.
D+H undergoes annual SSAE 16 SOC 2 Type II certification and is reviewed by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC). Pricing is typically per full-time-employee (FTE) per month, which allows credit unions to budget and predict technology spending.