Bright House Networks Signed Up By Fairwinds Credit Union

It is no longer a secret that banking institutions in US and world over are quickly embracing the use of internet to make their services delivery easy and enjoyable for customers.

Fairwinds Credit Union in Orlando is one of such institutions and it has signed with Bright House Networks Enterprise Solutions to offer Dedicated Internet Access (DIA), Metro Ethernet and Managed Network Services. Bright House Networks confirmed the signing of this deal through a press release dated August 24.

To date, Fairwinds Credit Union is rated as the biggest locally owned and operated financial institution in Central Florida having been in operation since 1949. As part of the deal, Bright House Networks has been tasked with the responsibility of ensuring Fairwinds stays connected with all fiber DIA and Metro Ethernet products.

The current customer base for Fairwinds stands at over 180,000 with more than 560 employees. Charlie Lai, the Executive Vice President/CIO at Fairwinds Credit Union said good trust between the two companies made it possible to sign the agreement without any challenges. “Banking involves trust, partnerships and knowing your financial well-being is our primary focus. We are pleased to be working with Bright House Networks to ensure that our members are receiving the latest banking technology with their state-of-the-art communications and networking services.”

Chief Network Officer and Senior Vice President of Enterprise Solutions at Bright House Networks Craig Cowden said their main objective remains putting interests of customers first. He said that was the driving force in signing the deal. “At Fairwinds Credit Union, their members’ financial peace of mind is of utmost importance. Our industry-leading Internet services will help Fairwinds continue to offer smart and innovative financial solutions.”

Bright House Networks has made its name through offering comprehensive portfolio of voice, data and cloud besides managed services that can be customized.

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