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CUNA launches research partnership with Celent
MADISON, Wis. (5/14/10)--The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) has partnered with Celent, a Boston-based financial services research and consulting firm, to provide CUNA-affiliated credit unions with access to Celent research reports at reduced rates. “There’s demand for high-quality business strategy and technology information,” Doug Benzine, CUNA’s vice president of business publishing. “CUNA looked at a number of providers in the financial services research space and found that Celent stood out above the rest, in terms of the combination of its industry presence, credibility and expertise; the applicability of its information; and its willingness to work with us on a pricing model that would greatly benefit our affiliated credit unions.” Celent research reports provide trends analysis, best practices, and market analysis on banking technology and business strategy. The partnership will provide credit unions with valuable information, enabling them to create and sustain a competitive advantage, CUNA said. For more information, use the link.
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