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Corelation expands in 5 years from friends, family feel
SAN DIEGO (8/21/14)--Corelation is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its KeyStone core processing system--one that started out with a small meeting of its founders and now has 26 signed contracts.
 
"We've come a long way since our introductory 'Friends and Family' meeting five years ago," said Corelation President Theresa Benavidez, who co-founded the company with Chair John Landis and Chief Technology Officer Jeff Dent.
 
Thirteen credit unions currently are live on the KeyStone core platform, and Corelation's client credit unions range in asset size from $100 million to $3.8 billion.
 
"This team understands the credit union industry, and the pain points of being tied to a rigid, inflexible core system," said Ron Amstutz, executive vice president, $3.8 billion-asset Desert Schools FCU, Phoenix. "KeyStone was built with today's technology for easy integration and flexibility in an ever-changing market."


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