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August 8, 2022
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Two credit unions go live on Corelation KeyStone

Two credit unions in the US have gone live on core processing software supplied by Corelation. The two go-lives were separated by six time zones Pennsylvania-based Cross Valley Federal Credit Union ($167 million assets; 19,200 members), and Hawaii-based HFS Federal Credit Union ($596 million assets; 50,900 members) switched across to Corelation’s KeyStone earlier this week. According to the vendor each conversion was completed remotely to comply with COVID-19 health and safety regulations, with teams remotely connected over the weekend of the switch-overs. Corelation claims that a major draw for its software is a sense of partnership between clients. Cross Valley…
Two credit unions go live on Corelation KeyStone

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