Business School partners with Accutech to bring new software to Trust & Wealth program

BUIES CREEK — Campbell University and Accutech Systems Corporation (Muncie, IN) have partnered together to deliver an unprecedented experiential learning opportunity to Trust and Wealth Management students.

Accutech Systems Corporation, a provider of Trust Accounting and Wealth Management technology solutions, has donated a fully operational installation of its Accutrust Cheetah™ Trust Accounting solution to Campbell University, enabling students to put classroom learning into practice. The software donation will allow students to utilize the most modern Trust Accounting solutions in the industry.  

“Technology plays an ever important role in the wealth management industry,” said David Butler, assistant professor of business. “The gift of Accutech’s browser-based Cheetah system will allow our students to gain hands on experience with state of the art wealth management technology. The ability to see how technology integrates and supports the client wealth management experience further prepares Campbell’s Trust and Wealth management students for their career. We are truly grateful for this partnership.”

Accutech President Adam Unger, a graduate of Campbell’s certificate program, said, “I have the utmost respect for the leadership and commitment to excellence Campbell University has demonstrated in Trust and Wealth Management education, and I am thrilled that Accutech is partnering with them to introduce students to the very practical use of high tech tools designed to help them do their future jobs.” 

Campbell University is the nation’s only provider of graduate and undergraduate programs in Trust and Wealth Management, boasting more than 2,000 graduates serving in leading financial institutions nationwide.