Credit unions in Alaska and Georgia are the newest customers for Corelation Inc. and its new KeyStone core processing platform.
The recent conversion at the $41 million ALPS FCU in Sitka, Alaska, was the first done through Corelation’s partnership with Wescom Resources Group, the company said. ALPS also will be using that CUSO’s service bureau solution for computer operations staff, network management and COLD storage.
Meanwhile, the $77 million Georgia Heritage FCU in Savannah, Ga., plans to go live on the KeyStone platform in July after 20 years on its current Fiserv Spectrum platform, the company said. ALPS FCU also was a Fiserv Spectrum user.
Corelation’s KeyStone system will allow the credit union to bundle technologies such as teller, lending and collection platforms without the need for third-party applications, lowering costs and allowing Georgia Heritage to move on its plans for branch expansion, it said.