Summit Technology Consulting Group (STG)
Free Cloud Desktop & Business Continuity Support
to Banks Navigating
In an effort to assist community banks facing the challenge of operating through the coronavirus, Summit Technology Consulting Group (STG) will offer complimentary cloud desktops and business continuity resources to American Bankers Association member banks.
“With the evolving coronavirus threat, banks of all sizes need to be prepared for anything, including the possibility their employees may be forced to work remotely” said Ben Wallace, CEO of Summit Technology Group. “Through our existing cloud partnerships, we are coming together to offer these remote access services so banks can continue to do their part to support the economy at this difficult moment.”
Summit has set aside engineering resources and consulting support to assist any ABA member bank interested in adopting these services. The offer, which will last for six months, will come at no cost to current ABA members. The trade association was an early investor in Summit.
“We deeply appreciate Summit’s offer
to help our member banks at this
difficult moment for the nation. While many banks are leveraging virtual
desktop and remote work solutions,
some smaller banks have not been able to make this technology
This opportunity could really help them keep operations on track if the
coronavirus starts to have a bigger impact.”
About Summit Technology Consulting Group
Summit was founded over 12 years ago with a mission to bring enterprise class IT services to the mid-tier and commercial banks. Summit has formed a unique partnership with industry leaders focused on helping financial institutions of all sizes modernize their technology and back-office operations – including the adoption of cloud services.
About the American Bankers Association
The American Bankers Association is the voice of the nation’s $18.6 trillion banking industry, which is composed of small, regional and large banks. Together, America’s banks employ more than 2 million men and women, safeguard $14.5 trillion in deposits and extend more than $10.5 trillion in loans.