Integrated Legacy Solutions Increases Customer Base 94% in 2015

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Integrated Legacy Solutions (ILS) continued its multi-year successful growth trajectory increasing its customer base by 94 percent in 2015.

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“ILS’ growth is a direct result of the commitment to helping our customers save time and money by offering a more secure process and robust technology solutions that lessen the impact of data conversion obstacles and pitfalls," said Kris Bishop.

Integrated Legacy Solutions (ILS), the leading provider of data migration and conversion services to the financial industry, continued its multi-year successful growth trajectory increasing its customer base by 94 percent in 2015. In addition to an increase in the number of projects and new clients, ILS added four new staff members to development, implementation, and project management to support product expansion and company growth.

ILS’ growth was driven by the speed of data migration and conversions using the company’s OmniView™ Browser. Using their “Non-Conversion” option, along with their blended and traditional conversion process and tools, the company was responsible for the success of 151 new migrations, bringing its total of client conversions or migrations to nearly 300 financial institutions nationwide.

“We knew we needed a partner and a solution we could trust, and we couldn’t be more pleased with ILS’ OmniView Browser,” said Steve Molander, director of IT for Frandsen Financial. “OmniView is very intuitive to use and allows more efficient use of resources to service our customers and maintain compliance with all regulations.”

With other conversion companies, a traditional data conversion takes months or even years to complete, sometimes losing valuable data and images during the process. However, with OmniView, financial institutions are able to quickly access customers’ images, reports and statements in a matter of days, across multiple disparate systems and data types, without having to keep the legacy systems around. Ultimately, ILS’ dedicated staff and innovative conversion and migration offerings help financial institutions save time and money while maintaining data security and providing enterprise wide research access to all data via a desktop browser.

Due to ILS’ success, the company was recognized by various local and national organizations in 2015. American Banker awarded ILS “Top 10 Community Bank IT Projects,” for its work with Frandsen Financial. Additionally, the Birmingham Business Journal has recognized ILS as the fourth fastest growing company in Alabama and awarded ILS the 2015 Entrepreneur Spotlight Award.

“Mergers and acquisitions among banks and credit unions are on the rise, and these institutions need comprehensive tools to better manage the data conversion and migration in a more cost effective and timely manner,” said Kris Bishop, president and CEO of Integrated Legacy Solutions. “ILS’ growth is a direct result of the commitment to helping our customers save time and money by offering a more secure process and robust technology solutions that lessen the impact of data conversion obstacles and pitfalls.”

About Integrated Legacy Solutions
Headquartered in Birmingham, Ala., Integrated Legacy Solutions (ILS) provides industry leading technology for legacy image and data migrations and conversions to the financial industry. ILS’s leadership team has performed data conversion for thousands of financial institutions over their nearly 20 years in the business. Through its flagship product, OmniView™ Browser, efficient business model and focused expertise, ILS has designed innovative ways to “migrate” legacy data much faster and less expensive than other costly and time consuming methods of data conversion. ILS’s success is focused on 3 key areas; customer service, the business (or conversion) process, and the latest technology to convert or migrate legacy systems quickly with minimal disruption to the client’s production environment. For more information, visit: http://www.integratedlegacy.com.

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