LENEXA, Kan. - Beyond Marketing has teamed up with San Juan Capistrano, California-based Counter Intelligence Associates (CIA) to offer Web solutions. Available to CIA clients, Beyond Marketing will provide services ranging from Web maintenance to Web site development. While CIA is well-known for its strategic planning and Webcasting, it also provides consulting services for board governance and mergers, compliance, training, and business, consumer and mortgage lending. "We began offering Web development and hosting in 1997 when there were few players in the market who understood credit unions," said Tom Glatt, executive vice president of CIA. "We still receive a number of requests for Web development through our strategic planning clients and we want to offer a reliable, full-service Web solution to our current and future clients and we know Beyond Marketing is the best choice because of their expertise in both the industry and Web services." Beyond Marketing is the first full-service marketing CUSO specializing in financial institution marketing. Beyond Marketing's services include advertising and promotions, e-marketing, Web development, research, strategic planning and business development. "I am very excited about this opportunity and look forward to continuing the great support CIA has provided to these credit unions," said Lisa Renner, Beyond Marketing president/CEO. "The more CUSOs can cross-refer and collaborate, the better. Keeping business within the industry enhances relationships and strengthens us as a whole."
Beyond Marketing, Counter Intelligence Associates Join Forces for Web Solutions
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