Three credit unions have announced plans to convert to different core data processing systems.
Credit unions from California to Minnesota announce new conversion deals.
The $554M University of Hawaii FCU will convert to KeyStone from UltraData.
A five-year-old San Diego core processor has now passed the 25 mark in credit union clients while another San Diego-based operation has converted the largest user to date for its platform aimed at smaller credit unions.
One converts to Corelation's KeyStone system. Two switching to Symitar systems.
Corelation adds The Local Credit Union to client list.
Fiserv wins one new core client, loses another and sees a third convert from one Fiserv core to another.
Read what attendees at this year's GAC will find in the exhibit hall.
Four going to Corelation and one to Bradford-Scott and Sharetec.
I am an architect of core processing systems. There are other things I do. of course. I have been a manager, a negotiator, an educator, a salesman, and when put all together, an entrepreneur. But who I am, and what gives me satisfaction is being the developer of systems that...