Desert Schools Federal Credit Union Deploys CFM to Power Cash Automation Integration with Corelation
300,000+ member, $3.7 billion dollar Arizona credit union streamlines the operations of 70+ cash automation devices by using CFM to integrate into Corelation’s Keystone Platform
Desert Schools Federal Credit Union, Arizona’s largest credit union, deployed CFM's S4 and NORM solutions to integrate their entire fleet of cash automation devices into the Corelation Keystone Platform.
The deployment of CFM was in tandem with the core conversion Desert Schools and Corelation completed September 5-8th, 2015. Desert Schools has been a long-time client of CFM, but the conversion to Corelation finally allowed Desert Schools to integrate their cash automation devices into their core. Previously, Desert Schools was using CFM to run its machines offline.
“I can’t tell you how excited and pleased I am with the success of the project,” said Desert Schools EVP, Ron Amstutz. “We’ve been waiting a long time for a team like CFM and Corelation to come along and eliminate the rigid, inflexible technology of the past. I know this partnership will help run our branches more efficiently and enable a branch of the future member experience.”
“We’re excited to be a part of this new chapter for Desert Schools and Corelation,” added Nathan Moore, CFM Co-Founder. “It’s through the willingness and desire of progressive-thinking partners like the both of them, that allows CFM to change an industry.”
CFM and Corelation have been partners since Corelation first launched as a new core processing technology for credit unions in 2009. Today, CFM is the only third-party vendor to offer a cash automation integration with Corelation.
“CFM has been a big part of this core conversion project since the beginning, and we’re incredibly thankful for their help in making it an unheard-of success!” stated Corelation President, Theresa Benavidez. “Their integration capabilities are a perfect complement to our core system, and together, we’re opening up possibilities and enabling the Branch of the Future through innovative technology.”