Hudson returns to organization to fill critical role.
Synergent is pleased to announce that Tyler Hudson has returned to the organization to serve as the Vice President of Software Delivery. As a member of Synergent’s Management Team, Hudson is responsible for overseeing the implementation of new credit union software, services, and third-party products. He also is charged with data management, translation, and optimization with core systems and integrated services.
“We are thrilled Tyler has rejoined our organization in this new capacity,” said Ben Jordan, Synergent’s Senior Vice President of Information Technology. “Tyler not only has a wealth of knowledge about our industry, he has a deep commitment to customer service. He is a natural fit to lead such an integral role. We are pleased to have him back in our Synergent family and know our credit unions will greatly benefit from his return.”
Dedicated to Serving Credit Union Members
Hudson has been working in financial services for over 24 years and has dedicated 20 years to advancing the credit union movement. He most recently served as Senior Vice President of Operations and Digital Services at HRCU.
Prior to joining the credit union, Hudson was the Assistant Vice President of Development at Synergent. In this position, he led a team of business analysts and programmers in software development, core data conversions, and professional services. He also has held positions at San Diego County Credit Union and Symitar.
“In my new role and in returning to Synergent, I’m really looking forward to working with so many great individuals to assist in providing exceptional service to our credit unions,” said Hudson. “I’m also very excited to work alongside all our credit unions to help them continue to provide great service to their members, while finding new and innovative ways to provide financial services to both existing and new members.”
Hudson resides in Springvale, Maine, with his wife Erica and their three children. He rejoined Synergent effective February 7, 2022.