Lower Valley Credit Union converts to Corelation’s Keystone core
Lower Valley Credit Union (LVCU), a small credit union in the US state of Washington, has gone live with new core banking software, Keystone from Corelation.
Corelation was set up in 2009, with its HQ in San Diego, California. Its founder and chairman, John Landis, helped to write the Episys core system that now resides within the Symitar division of a US banking software heavyweight, Jack Henry.
Its flagship Keystone system has nearly 70 takers – mainly in the lower-tier credit union space. Its largest users are Desert Schools Federal Credit Union ($3.8 billion in assets) and Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union ($5 billion in assets). The latter is a recent signing and is looking to replace the aforementioned Symitar with Corelation’s tech.
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