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BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — When a dozen credit unions merge into one multi-billion dollar financial institution, implementing a data conversion in one fell swoop is logistically not possible.

That has probably been one of the monumental challenges for $2.84 billion State Farm Federal Credit Union, which made history in October 2006 when the 12 credit unions that serve State Farm Insurance merged creating an entity that now serves 136,000 members in 20 states through a coast-to-coast 26 branch network and employs 150 employees.

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