Wisconsin-based Heartland Credit Union has selected Corelation’s KeyStone as it plans on an expansion of its channels.
Founded in 1936, Heartland CU holds around $362 million in assets from 22,000 members. The bank says it picked KeyStone as the heart of a new technological change.
“Our strategic plan includes an expansion of our delivery and communication channels,” says Heartland CU CEO Sally Dischler.
“KeyStone’s open API will be a key component in implementing innovative service and banking opportunities for our members.”
Heartland CU anticipates using its new core to store granular data and implement relationship pricing. It says, “the extraction of meaningful member data will inform its member service approach.”
Dischler says the Corelation team impressed with a “commitment to helping credit unions reach their goals.”
She adds: “Their testament to client service is apparent through their robust and intuitive core platform.”
Heartland CU anticipates the system going live in spring 2022.
Corelation had a good year in 2020, reporting two go-lives and a selection in the space of a month.
Pennsylvania-based Cross Valley Federal Credit Union and Hawaii-based HFS Federal Credit Union switched over to KeyStone in June 2020.
That month also saw La Capitol Federal Credit Union select KeyStone as its new core, with a go-live expected in May.