La Capitol Federal Credit Union picks Corelation’s KeyStone
La Capitol Federal Credit Union has selected Corelation and its KeyStone core processing system, with a go-live expected in May 2021.
Keystone’s existing “robust system functionality” coupled with “its remarkable ability to integrate with other service providers” was a key factor in the selection, according to La Capitol FCU chief operations officer Mark Matthews.
Michael Hooper, president and CEO of the credit union, adds: “We, both staff and leadership, unanimously and overwhelmingly preferred the KeyStone platform over its competitors.”
Based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, La Capitol FCU holds around $511 million in assets and has more than 47,000 members. It has 16 locations across the Pelican State.
Theresa Benavidez, CEO of Corelation, says that her firm is committed to providing “next-generation” technology to its credit union partners.
Corelation has a bevy of credit union customers in its community of clients, and the last time FinTech Futures reported on the vendor it had signed six new CUs back in January 2019.
The company has a few big players on its books, including Coast Central Credit Union, a $1.4 billion entity in its home state of California, Anheuser-Busch Employees Credit Union ($1.7 billion) in Missouri, and Achieva Credit Union ($1.7 billion) in Florida.