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Harbor Goes Live With KeyStone

CARSON, Calif.-Harbor FCU has become the first credit union to go live with the KeyStone platform from Corelation, Inc.

The new system follows six years of development by a team of programmers. "We've literally watched the system be built in front of our eyes," said Harbor's CEO, Tina Fugelsang, "so we know what it's capable of. What's great is that we're just seeing the tip of the iceberg for what KeyStone can do. This is a great day in the history of our credit union."

Corelation said it will continue to push forward with KeyStone, as the first client to sign with Corelation-Cabrillo Credit Union of San Diego-will convert in September, to be followed by Oregon Pioneer FCU of Portland in October.

 

GTE Switches Platforms

TAMPA, Fla.-GTE Federal Credit Union said it will retire its homegrown online banking platform after signing an agreement to convert to PSCU Financial Services' eBanking platform. That platform will offer the $1.5-billion GTE FCU integrated online, mobile and voice channels. The $1.5 billion credit union is also implementing PSCU Financial Services' popular PayLynx(tm) online bill payment solution. The eBanking platform's software, powered by Q2, allows each credit union to customize the solution based on the needs of its membership, the company said. Content can also be customized by member segment, so that different groups see specialized graphics and promotions.

For info: www.pscufs.com.

 

Akcelerant Enhances LOS

MALVERN, Penn.-Akcelerant has released new enhanced cross-sell functionality within SOLUTION.LENDING, Akcelerant's loan origination platform, powered by the Akcelerant Framework. This functionality "makes use of the Framework's robust business rules to automatically analyze borrower traits, transaction details, and all elements of the credit report to present qualified cross-sell opportunities," the firm said.

For info: www.akcelerant.com.

 

MCEFCU Taps Intuit Financial

GERMANTOWN, Md.-Montgomery County Employees FCU here said it is teaming with Intuit Financial Services to offer consumers text message banking, mobile Web browser banking and an iPhone application. In addition, MC EFCU is offering text message banking that provides members with the ability to securely check balances and transactions via a simple SMS text.

 

ACL Calculator Gets Update

NORFOLK, Va.-ARCSys has released updates for its ACL Calculator. Performance enhancements and new features have been made to both the Criteria Table and SFAS 114 sections, allowing customers to continually calculate their Allowance for Credit Losses effortlessly and efficiently, the company said, adding it has also made a significant performance enhancement to the custom columns integration.

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