“Our goal for NXTsoft for 2020 is a clear vision for the future,” said Andy McMakin, president of NXTsoft.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (PRWEB) February 03, 2020
NXTsoft (http://www.nxtsoft.com), a company focused on delivering secure data solutions to the market space has consolidated three of its companies under the NXTsoft name. The solutions of ThreatAdvice, a company that delivers cybersecurity management tools and education to businesses and organizations of all types, ILS, a company that helps financial institutions access or convert legacy data cost effectively and efficiently, and CCMC, a company that helps FinTech companies and financial institutions connect solutions through the use of secure, open APIs, are now all housed under the NXTsoft name and divided into two platforms – ThreatAdvice and Omni.
The ThreatAdvice platform will house the following solutions: ThreatAdvice Educate, online employee cybersecurity training and awareness, ThreatAdvice vCISO, NXTsoft’s flagship software solution that facilitates the management and oversight for all of a company’s cybersecurity components and ThreatAdvice Command Center, a cybersecurity solution that enterprise businesses and managed service providers can utilize for cybersecurity management.
The Omni Platform will house the former Integrated Legacy Solutions product line now called OmniData, the former CCMC product line now called OmniConnect and Omnilytics. OmniData offers financial institutions three types of plans that they can employ to access legacy data due to a core conversion, branch acquisition or platform change. OmniConnect assists FinTech companies and financial institutions with connecting their technologies and core platforms utilizing secure APIs. Previously in 2019 FIMAC Solutions was absorbed into the NXTsoft brand. Its solutions have been renamed OmiLytics Risk Analytics ALM, OmniLytics CECL and OmniLytics Deposit Study.
Commensurate with these changes, Rich Longo has been named president of the Omni Platform and Kris Bishop has been named chief revenue officer, overseeing sales for both platforms. Jason Asbury remains as president of the ThreatAdvice platform. The heads of development for the companies have been named senior vice presidents of development for NXTsoft under the chief technology officer, Will Blackburn. Jason Alfano previously with ILS will focus on data solutions development, Chris Ellis previously with CCMC will focus on API development, and Lee Smith previously with ThreatAdvice will focus on cybersecurity solutions development."
NXTsoft is launching a website refresh today and also consolidating all the former company social media accounts under the NXTsoft brand.
“Our goal for NXTsoft for 2020 is a clear vision for the future,” said Andy McMakin, president of NXTsoft. All of the companies that are now a part of NXTsoft have an excellent reputation in the marketplace, but we realized that we weren’t clearly communicating the breadth of services that NXTsoft now offers. Thus, we decided to consolidate the disparate brands under the NXTsoft names and we took that opportunity to restructure our solutions to make our messaging more distinct,” he said.