The $398 million PrimeWay Federal Credit Union in Houston plans to convert to the new KeyStone core processing platform from Corelation Inc., the company and credit union said.
PrimeWay President/CEO Annette Zimmerman cited the new system’s browser-based, member-centric design in its choice, saying it would allow her team members to focus more on member service and less on data entry, system maneuvering and other obstacles inherent in service processes.
T. Scott Kreinbring, executive vice president of PrimeWay, added, “I am not an IT person, but when I saw the [KeyStone] presentation, it seemed so logical and simple. I felt like I could run a teller drawer that day – and I haven’t done that in years.”
PrimeWay said it will go live on KeyStone on Dec. 3. It currently uses the XP2 platform from Fiserv Inc., according to the Technology Survey from Callahan & Associates.
San Diego-based startup Corelation said its platform is now live at three credit unions and scheduled for installation at six more.