Press Release July 29, 2016 -For Immediate Release
WACO, TX – Data Systems of Texas, a software solutions provider for Credit Unions across 14 states, has acquired EGM Tech, a regional business technology services company.
Headquartered in Waco, Texas since 1974, Data Systems of Texas has provided software solutions to small business and financial institutions in fourteen states across the Southwestern and Western United States. EGM Tech has provided technology solutions for organizations from the medical, financial, legal, education, and manufacturing industries across Central Texas since 2008.
“We have been recommending EGM for the last several years to customers needing help with IT infrastructure, ” says Greg McEachern, President of Data Systems. “During this time it became clear that both organizations would benefit from a shared commitment to helping local businesses grow and to improve the technologies we support. This new division now known as Data Systems Technology Solutions, is a natural fit, and we are excited to bring aboard Gus and his team!”
Both Data Systems and EGM Tech focus on serving customers with excellence, and I think our two companies will be stronger together as Data Systems Technology Solutions,” said Gus Welter, Executive Vice President of Data Systems Technology Solutions (formerly EGM Tech). “With the leadership team and business infrastructure of Data Systems and the deep technology and network security expertise of EGM Tech, we will bring a lot to the table for our combined customer base.”
Data Systems will continue to develop, sell, and support core processing software for credit unions while Data Systems Technology Solutions will now serve the diverse technology service needs of small businesses in the Central Texas area.
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