Digital banking provider Bankjoy has signed up three new credit unions for its online and mobile services.
The three firms are Wisconsin-based Fort Community Credit Union, Alltrust Credit Union in Massachsetts, and Mississippi-based Statewide Federal Credit Union.
Combined, the credit unions hold $760 million in assets and hold more than 57,000 members. All three are installing Bankjoy’s platform alongside the Keystone core banking system provided by Corelation.
Bankjoy became a Corelation partner firm in February 2019.
Robyn Newcomb, Fort Community CU’s chief experience officer, says Bankjoy stood out for its streamlined and tightly integrated offerings.
Newcomb says their team was “absolutely blown away” by the “tightly seeded relationship” between Bankjoy and Corelation’s Keystone platform.
Alltrust Credit Union’s vice president, Stephanie Medeiros, says her team wanted to provide “a turnkey online and mobile banking solution”.
She adds: “Our partnership with Bankjoy will allow us to maintain our commitment to our members while delivering the latest digital technology.”
Statewide Federal Credit Union’s CEO, Casey Bacon, says “the Bankjoy solution will allow our members to access and manage their account from anywhere”.
Michael Duncan, CEO at Bankjoy, says the three credit unions are “poised to hit the ground running” with their new systems.