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United Solutions Company


  • Category:
  • Collections, Core Data Processing, Disaster Recovery, Enhancement Products, Network Management
The United Solutions Company is a Credit Union Service Organization (CUSO) providing technology solutions and financial services to the credit union industry. Our "Credit Union in a Box" strategy provides a full suite of network services, Microsoft 360 hosting, multiple tier 1 core data processing systems, and much more. Over the past few years, United Solutions has developed products to supplement the core to help our credit unions remain competitive and efficient. Some of these products include OnCore Artificial Intelligence, Business Intelligence, Member Onboarding, Form & Notice Generation, Skip-A-Pay, and more.  We also offer Collection Services and run the Magic Line ATM Network. We have two fully replicated data centers, clients in 33 states, and 100 credit unions under contract today. See for yourself why United Solutions is signing new clients and making a stir in the credit union industry.

Contact Information

  • Contact Name
  • Jim Giacobbe
  • Contact Title
  • President and CEO
  • Contact Phone
  • (850) 942-9186
  • Location
  • 1585 Summit Lake Drive,
    Tallahassee, Florida, United States 32317


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