Two credit unions go live on Corelation KeyStone
Two credit unions in the US have gone live on core processing software supplied by Corelation.
Pennsylvania-based Cross Valley Federal Credit Union ($167 million assets; 19,200 members), and Hawaii-based HFS Federal Credit Union ($596 million assets; 50,900 members) switched across to Corelation’s KeyStone earlier this week.
According to the vendor each conversion was completed remotely to comply with COVID-19 health and safety regulations, with teams remotely connected over the weekend of the switch-overs.
Corelation claims that a major draw for its software is a sense of partnership between clients.
Cross Valley FCU president and CEO,Traci Donahue, seems to agree. “Throughout the project, we also developed strong relationships with fellow Corelation clients.
“There is no other core that has a strong and supportive community like Corelation; their clients really are a cooperative group of people.”
HFS Federal Credit Union president, Nathan Abe, adds: “Even though the Corelation team remotely worked from a couple thousand miles away, it seemed as if they were right here with us.
“They have an excellent team of knowledgeable individuals.”
Corelation signed a new client earlier this week in Louisiana-based La Capitol Federal Credit Union.
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.