LATHRUP VILLAGE, Mich. – Michigan First CU said Friday it signed with Corelation to implement the company’s core processing solution, the San Diego-based company’s biggest credit union win so far.

The $625 million credit union will implement the core processor’s KeyStone technology in July of 2013.

According to Michigan First President/CEO Michael Poulos, the greatest need for the credit union will be over the next five years when it will expand its services to members. Corelation’s open architecture will allow the credit union to accomplish this goal to continue enhancing its value with its members.




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