Corelation’s Keystone core banking system gets two new live sites
Two federal credit unions in the US, People First in Pennsylvania and Greater Alliance in New Jersey, have converted to new core processing software.
They signed to replace their legacy tech with Keystone last year.
San Diego-based Corelation has around 55 credit unions across the US on its customer list, predominantly in the lower tier space (with up to $600 million in assets).
The company was set up in 2009 by John Landis, who previously helped to write the Episys core system (which now resides within the Symitar division of a US banking software heavyweight, Jack Henry & Associates).
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