SAN DIEGO (11/10/09)--Corelation Inc., a core processing developer for credit unions, announced that it will display its new KeyStone core processing system during the 2009 California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues’ annual meeting and convention Nov. 16-18 in Las Vegas. KeyStone is slated as “person-centric” with updated features and functionality. Some of KeyStone’s features include:
* Automatic, unattended warm start after a power or operating system failure; * A fluid, browser-based user interface that operates similarly to the Internet, using tabs, keyboard and mouse navigation; * Monetary, file maintenance and general ledger transaction history, which are integrated and stored as a set; * Simultaneous access to work areas; * An unlimited number of share and loan types, collateral types, purposes and branches; * A single transaction posting engine for all activity; and * Simultaneous posting of multiple transactions.
Corelation is based in San Diego.