TriNovus, LLC (www.trinovus.com), a company focused on delivering compliance solutions, core processing, enterprise risk management, and additional technology solutions to the financial industry, today announced substantial growth at the end of first quarter 2012 citing relationships with 630 financial institutions in 48 states.
Due to the growth it has experienced, TriNovus has grown its staff to ensure it continues to provide industry-leading service and support. Recent personnel additions include several new programmers, conversion team members, and compliance staff. Mike Herrera joined the company in March as president of its TriNovus Systems LLC affiliate and is responsible for overseeing the Lubbock, TX data center operations. Herrera has an extensive background in data center environment working with community financial institutions.CEO David Brasfield attributed the company’s success to its focus on helping financial institutions cope with compliance with the ongoing onslaught of governmental regulations through its TriComply product at an affordable price, and offering a relationship-based, accessible alternative to core processing than the larger market players.
“Mike’s significant knowledge of a data center operating environment is a huge benefit to our team and the community financial institutions that we serve,” said Brasfield. “Mike subscribes to TriNovus’ core beliefs of providing the customer with the best service and support possible, with the main goal always being to help our customer grow and continue to be successful despite challenging economic times,” Brasfield said.
In addition to customer and personnel growth, TriNovus is busy expanding its product base. New compliance solutions such as a mortgage disclosure calculator and a BSA Program Review template have recently been added and additional solutions are currently in production. An extensive upgrade to the current TriComply system is currently planned for third quarter 2012.
TriNovus has also developed TriShield, an Internet security solution that protects financial institutions by blocking malware and viruses, LAN and WAN network monitoring, acts as a secondary firewall, offers a remote VPN connection and more that it has recently added to its product offerings.
“We are constantly working to develop additional products and solutions for the benefit of community financial institutions,” said Brasfield. “We have several other products in development that we look forward to announcing soon.”