Having failed at retirement, John Landis figured he might as well engage again in what he calls the “intellectual challenge” of creating, selling and supporting a new core processing system for credit unions.
After six years of development, Corelation Inc. of San Diego has a credit union customer live on its new KeyStone core processing platform.
San Diego-area credit union one of three signees so far for startup from former Symitar executives.
I personally do not know of a website where information can be obtained in reference to collaborative efforts. I do know that there are a number of credit unions who are sharing resources to accomplish some of their daily tasks.
Twenty-five years after Theresa Benavidez converted Cabrillo Credit Union and its CEO, Robin Lentz, to Symitar's core processing platform, Benavidez and Lentz are doing it again.
A pair of California credit unions will be the first users of a new core processing platform from a startup company formed by some well-known industry veterans.
The newest entry in the core processing space for credit unions has hired a longtime Symitar veteran to help lead the platform's development.
A credit union core processing startup founded by Symitar veterans has hired another former colleague to help lead the platform's development.