A San Diego neighbor–the $177 million Miramar Federal Credit Union–has become the 10th client of startup core processor Corelation Inc.
“We really like the browser-based, member-centric design and their standard real-time XML API interface that allows us additional functionality and customization capabilities,” said Miramar FCU CEO Max Paul.
“But I think what’s more important for us is that Corelation has a better handle on how to use their system to enhance the credit union experience for the members and staff,” Paul said.
Corelation President Theresa Benavidez said, “Miramar is literally up the street from Corelation and we couldn’t think of a better neighbor to come over and join our family.”
The 3-year-old firm said it now has five credit unions live on its KeyStone core processing system and five awaiting conversions.