Share One Signs Sunbelt Federal Credit Union for an Early 2020 Conversion
Memphis, Tennessee—Sunbelt Federal Credit Union of Laurel, Mississippi, selected Share One’s NewSolutions Core processing system to replace their current core technology. Chris Hammond, President/CEO of the $214 million, 36,000 member credit union weighed his options carefully before signing with Share One. “Our due diligence process was essential to vet the right partner for our credit union,” said Chris. “NewSolutions offers a flexible and cost effective solution and we are confident we have selected the right partner to listen to our needs and continuously work with us to deliver evolving products and services to our members,” he said.
“Sunbelt FCU plans to expand its membership via mergers and organic growth and impressed the need to secure a core system which can scale effectively,” said Rick Shockley, Senior Sales Representitive at Share One. “NewSolutions was built to deliver a user-friendly navigation process so staff can quickly learn, operate, and adapt to change at conversion,” he said.
Sunbelt Federal Credit Union expects to innovate and deliver products and services which develop as markets change. Share One’s NS3 line offers ever-evolving, cloud-based products which feature tightly integrated products, thus eliminating a learning curve for members. Share One also partners with many third-party vendors to deliver best-of-breed services for other innovative product offerings.
Share One, Inc., a CUSO operating out of Memphis, TN., is a leading developer of credit union core processing and serves an expanding client base of credit unions with assets ranging from $10 million to $1.9 billion. NewSolutions provides a full range of advanced features, including comprehensive support for consumer, mortgage, and commercial loans, a full suite of cloud-based products, a fully integrated, member-centric imaging system, and exceptional operational efficiency. For more information call 800-888-0766 or visit the company web site at www.shareone.com.
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