Safe Systems Celebrates 20 Years Serving Financial Institutions
2013 landmark year saw growth, corporate expansion, continued innovation
February 11, 2014 09:00 AM Eastern Standard Time
ALPHARETTA, Ga.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Safe Systems, a national provider of compliance-centric IT support and hosted services exclusively to financial institutions, today announced it experienced strong growth in 2013 with annual results driven by the ongoing demand for compliant and secure IT services and cloud solutions.
Safe Systems increased its client base by adding 27 new financial institutions in 12 states, further expanding its roster of hundreds of clients across the country. The growing number of geographically diverse clients, located everywhere from Alaska to New York, shows that financial institutions value network management and support built to meet the specific IT and regulatory challenges banks and credit unions face each day.
Safe Systems rounded out the fiscal year with 26 percent revenue growth and 98 percent client retention. Ranking among the world’s top 100 cloud services providers, the company also expanded its educational offerings through publications, webcasts and its fourth annual national user conference – all designed to help bankers keep abreast of regulatory requirements, emerging technologies, trends and the challenges shaping the industry.
“We are fortunate to have built strong relationships with more than 600 banks and credit unions over the years; financial institutions that trust our reputation and expertise to provide advanced technology and compliance solutions for IT networks,” said Danny Johnston, CEO of Safe Systems. “Providing available, continuous support is and always has been a top priority for our company. Our NetComply network management suite and cloud services have proven to drive efficiencies for our customers, something we take pride in.”
Among regular software updates and improvements, Safe Systems also introduced a new email archiving solution within its award winning hosted email solution, SafeSysMail, as well as launching a new banking technology educational blog, TechComply. To support the company’s growth, Safe Systems created 25 jobs from January 1st, 2012 to June 30th 2013, placing it among the top private business job creators within the state of Georgia.