Corelation Inc. said its new KeyStone core processing platformis now live at an Alaska credit union and has been contracted toanother credit union in Georgia.

The conversion at the $41 million ALPS FCU in Sitka was thefirst done through Corelation's partnership with Wescom Resources Group, the company said. ALPS also will beusing that CUSO's service bureau solution for computer operationsstaff, network management and COLD storage.

Meanwhile, the $77 million Georgia Heritage FCU in Savannahplans to go live on the KeyStone platform in July after 20 years onits current Fiserv Spectrum platform, the company said. ALPS FCUalso was a Fiserv Spectrum user.

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