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Gregg Tushaus

Corporate Central CU

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Corporate Central CU

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As the President for Emergifi, Gregg provides leadership for a technology solutions company with a singular credit union focus streamlining operations, reducing costs, enabling faster response, increasing productivity and improving security.

As the Chief Technology and Strategy Officer for Corporate Central Credit Union, Gregg provides technical leadership, innovation and pursues technology entrepreneurial opportunities. We are pursuing FinTech ventures and applying innovative technology in the finance and investing space for our credit union members.

The financial services industry is changing and technology is a major driver. We provide credit unions technology leadership and enhance technology services such as cloud transformation, digital transformation, mobile, big data, identity management, block chain and artificial intelligence.

Gregg had a successful exit after selling Tushaus Computer Services to Dedicated Computing and continuing as CIO. He is founder and former CEO of Tushaus Computer Services and formerly CEO of Advance Cabling Solutions before selling the company in 1999. Both companies saw exceptional growth under his leadership. Tushaus grew to more than 140 employees with revenues exceeding $32 million. Advance grew to 35 employees with revenues exceeding $2.5 million.

Tushaus is an Inc. 500 and VAR 500 company and was a FUTURE 50 company in 1996, 1997 and 1998 and Advance was a FUTURE 50 company in 1998 and 1999 by the MMAC Council of Small Business Executives.

Gregg received a BBA degree in management information systems from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. He has been recognized by numerous business and technology organizations including the BizStarts Milwaukee’s “Inspirational Entrepreneur” award. Gregg was recognized in the "Who's Who" list in Milwaukee by The Business Journal and as one of The Business Journal's 40 Under 40. Gregg is a past member of YEO (Young Entrepreneur's Organization).