Innovative Technology Leads $1.09 Billion Palmetto Citizens Federal Credit Union to Sign with Corelation
January 19, 2021 - Recently recognized as Best Credit Union for the 13th consecutive year in The State Newspaper’s annual Best of The State poll, Palmetto Citizens Federal Credit Union ($1.09 billion assets; 71,737 members; Columbia, SC) has selected Corelation’s KeyStone as their next core processor, preparing for their first upgrade in nearly three decades.
Corelation’s Bruce Cormode Retires After More Than 40 Years in Credit Union Industry
January 11, 2021 - Over the last four decades, Bruce Cormode’s accomplishments have made an undeniable impact on the credit union core processing industry. Cormode joined core processor Corelation, Inc. in 2013 to build, maintain, and strengthen relationships with the company’s third-party vendors.
Financial Center First Credit Union Selects Corelation’s KeyStone for Its Modern Technology and Customization Capabilities
December 22, 2020 - For the first time since the 1980s, Financial Center First Credit Union ($753 million assets; 80,849 members; Indianapolis, IN) embarked on the monumental journey to upgrade their core processing system in search of efficiency and process improvement.
$1.3 Billion Cyprus Credit Union’s Vision for the Future Leads to Corelation’s KeyStone
December 8, 2020 - As the longest serving credit union in Utah, Cyprus Credit Union ($1.3 billion assets; 122,299 members; West Jordan, UT) plans for the future with longevity in mind. The credit union has been operating on the same core system for more than 30 years, and when the time came to identify their next core processor the signs overwhelmingly pointed Cyprus CU to one core system: Corelation’s KeyStone.
Another Remote Conversion on the Books for Corelation with $2.3 Billion TTCU Federal Credit Union
November 19, 2020 - Credit union core processor Corelation Inc. continues their streak of successful remote core conversions with TTCU Federal Credit Union ($2.3 billion assets; 140,000 members; Tulsa, OK) completing their upgrade to KeyStone in October 2020. TTCU’s conversion marked the tenth fully remote conversion for Corelation.
Southern Mass Credit Union Prepares for the Future by Moving to Corelation’s KeyStone
October 28, 2020: With a laser focus on the future, Southern Mass Credit Union (SMCU) ($282 million assets; 14,237 members; Fairhaven, MA) has spent the last few years concentrating on strategic improvements, plans for growth, and implementing modern products and services. With the accomplishment of the former, the latter would require an upgrade to their core processing system.
Taunton Federal Credit Union Selects Corelation’s KeyStone for Flexibility of its Open API
October 21, 2020: The last decade has witnessed considerable growth for Taunton Federal Credit Union ($215 million assets; 18,296 members; Taunton, MA), with steadily increasing assets and membership as well as an expanded footprint that has brought service to all of Bristol County, Massachusetts and the majority of Rhode Island.
Corelation Unveils Linux and x86-64 Hardware Options for its Flagship Core Processing Solution, KeyStone
October 7, 2020 - As a symbol of gratitude for their growing community, Corelation hosts an annual, highly anticipated, and well-attended client conference. Participants gather to learn about newly released KeyStone features, discuss industry trends, and connect with and meet fellow credit union professionals.
IHMVCU Selects Corelation’s KeyStone as the Right Investment for Its Members
October 5, 2020 - As a major financial force in the region—and growing—IHMVCU ($1.6 billion assets; 130,000 members; Moline, IL) strategically began its search in 2016 for a comprehensive core processing solution that reduced dependencies on third-party service providers and streamlined operational processes.
Cooperative Teachers Credit Union Ends Long Search for Ideal Core Processor -- Selects Corelation’s KeyStone
September 28, 2020 - After using the same core system for more than 40 years, Cooperative Teachers Credit Union (CTCU) ($114.2 million assets; 6,200 members; Tyler, TX) didn’t take their decision to switch to a new core processor lightly. They spent three years researching and comparing various core platforms before deciding on Corelation’s KeyStone as the right fit for their organization’s culture and the environment in which they operate.
OU Federal Credit Union Signs with Corelation, Inc. to Implement Progressive Financial Solutions
September 15, 2020 - To remain competitive in the marketplace, strategies need to be structured on creating efficiencies using digital innovation. As a widely used tool within the credit union industry, the mobile application was a major factor for OU Federal Credit Union ($62 million assets; 10,764 members; Norman, OK) in determining its new core operating system.
Elko Federal Credit Union Selects Corelation’s KeyStone to Help Provide Personalized Service to Its Unique Community
September 10, 2020 - Elko Federal Credit Union ($203 million assets; 15,600 members; Elko, NV) was founded over 60 years ago on the premise that when people band together, they can achieve greater objectives for each individual. Today they are focused on being the premier provider of financial and credit services to residents of Elko, Nevada and the surrounding counties they serve.
$1.02 Billion The Police Credit Union Continues Upward Trajectory and Signs with Corelation, Inc.
August 31, 2020 - If there was ever a question about how an organization could fulfill its mission and vision, the answer would be found by reflecting on the upward trajectory of The Police Credit Union ($1.02 billion assets; 42,225 members; San Bruno, CA). Earlier this year, the credit union officially crossed the threshold in asset size and joined the ranks of fellow billion-dollar credit unions.
Estacado FCU selects Corelation’s KeyStone for Its 24/7/365 Uptime and Full Customization Capability
August 24, 2020 - Throughout its history, Estacado Federal Credit Union ($80 million assets; 7,703 members; Hobbs, NM) has experienced steady growth in assets, membership, and its branch footprint in New Mexico and expansion into Texas.
Designing the Future: Edwards Federal Credit Union Signs with Corelation, Inc.
August 10, 2020 - One of the biggest challenges businesses face today is change. As the need for advancements in technology, products, and services evolve, adaptability is imperative for sustainability and long-term success. For credit unions, operating on an innovative core processing platform is the first requirement in being responsive and able to quickly meet current and future membership demands.
August 10, 2020 - Leading credit union core processor Corelation, Inc. and Wescom Resources Group (WRG), a technology CUSO, today announced a multi-year extension of their long-time partnership. Through the agreement, WRG provides hosting services for Corelation’s KeyStone core processing system, empowering dozens of credit unions to innovate, grow and excel.
Extensive Due Diligence Leads Atomic Credit Union to Sign with Corelation
August 4, 2020 - As a recipient of noteworthy awards in recent history, i.e., 2020 designation as one of the Best-in-State Credit Unions by Forbes magazine and first place recipient with national recognition as Best Credit Union to Work For 2018, it was vital for Atomic Credit Union ($410 million assets; 55,000+ members; Piketon, OH) to select an innovative core system that is operated by a reputable and financially stable company with strategic plans for growth.
Corelation Conducts Another Successful Remote Core Conversion with $2.8 Billion Founders FCU
July 27, 2020 - Credit union core processor Corelation Inc. completed yet another successful remote core conversion with Founders Federal Credit Union ($2.8 billion; 230,000 members; 700+ employees; Lancaster, SC) on July 13, 2020.
Reputation and Innovation Solidifies Princeton FCU’s Decision to Sign with Corelation
July 22, 2020 - In due time, what is meant to be, will be. From witnessing how a core conversion can be a harmonious process (more than 15+ years ago) to now being the credit union having to embark on a core conversion, Princeton Federal Credit Union ($131.8 million assets; 7,900 members; Princeton, NJ) chose the Corelation team and its flagship product, KeyStone, to accomplish this monumental endeavor.
KeyStone Community Solidifies Direct Federal Credit Union’s Decision to Sign with Corelation
July 15, 2020 - To cultivate community, strengthen partnerships, and uphold the credit union philosophy of ‘people helping people’, Corelation regularly hosts a number of events for its client and vendor partners.
Corelation Expands into Maui Signing Valley Isle Community Federal Credit Union
June 30, 2020 - As the attractiveness to the KeyStone platform steadfastly grows for credit unions far and wide, Corelation continues to connect with leadership and staff onsite and at its headquarters in San Diego, CA. Onsite, in this case, is with Valley Isle Community Federal Credit Union ($132.9 million assets; 13.350 members; Kahului, HI) located on the beautiful island of Maui.
A Strategic Journey Leads Allegiance Credit Union to Sign with Corelation
June 25, 2020 - For the past five years, Allegiance Credit Union ($304 million assets; 26,000 members; Oklahoma City, OK) has taken one strategic step after another to create an ecosystem of financial technology providers that will position itself to better serve its membership and its community.
AFS CUSO Selects Corelation's KeyStone for All 7 Credit Unions
June 15, 2020 - If navigating through the core selection process for one credit union is not grueling enough, imagine steering the course for seven credit unions (each with their own set of viewpoints and predilections) � simultaneously! It was quite the 18-month journey for AFS CUSO to select the one core processor that could best support and continuously offer forward-thinking technology for all of its seven Ohio-based credit unions.
Corelation Accomplishes Two More Fully Remote Conversions for Cross Valley Federal Credit Union and HFS Federal Credit Union
June 10, 2020 - As the month of May ended, three organizations in three different time zones went full speed ahead with what they have been working toward this past year - successful core conversions. To comply with the COVID-19 health and safety regulations, each conversion was completed remotely.