Core processing startup Corelation Inc. ended the year with its first three credit union customers running live on its new KeyStone system.
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.