The Credit Bureau of Connecticut (CBCT) and its affiliated divisions recently celebrated our 75th year in business. Since 1928, we have grown to become one of the largest and most sophisticated credit bureaus in the industry.
In 1974, we joined with Trans Union Corporation, America's leading credit information company, to service our base of customers located primarily in New Haven County. Our partnership allowed CBCT to grow to provide our customers throughout Southern New England and beyond with informational files and service of unequaled depth and integrity. It is our commitment to providing the best in local service to our customers that sets CBCT apart from the field.
We take great pride in the long-standing relationships that our Marketing and Customer Service Staff have built with our customers. We make it our business to understand your business. Most of our staff members have been part of our team for at least ten years. As a Credit Bureau customer, you will not have to constantly get used to new contacts or waste time reestablishing your needs.
In 1987, CBCT continued to grow with the addition of our systems division, Credit Systems Design (CSD). CSD not only provides us with a data center that is the latest in technology for the servicing of our customers, it is also the technology provider of choice for many other credit reporting agencies across the US and Puerto Rico. Unlike other service providers, CSD maintains its state-of-the-art data center in our Connecticut facility. The availability of our data center and the servicing of its users is CSD's number 1 priority. The data center was designed to provide superior performance and reliability, and is one of only twelve companies approved for direct access to Fannie Mae's Desktop Underwriting System.
CBCT and its associated divisions service our customers from our modern 37,000 square foot facility owned by CBCT in Connecticut, and an 8,000 square foot facility owned by CBCT in Rhode Island.
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