OMAHA, Neb.–Centris FCU here has selected OnBase by Hyland to replace its legacy document management application. The conversion plan will run in parallel with Centris’ implementation of its new core banking application, Corelation KeyStone, the company said.
“By integrating OnBase with Corelation KeyStone, Centris will unleash the full potential of its current content and enhance future technology investments to meet its members’ expectations of superior service,” Hyland reported.
According to the company, the $680-million Centris will work closely with Hyland’s services team on the expansive conversion project, exchanging 25 million documents, which consumes roughly three terabytes of SAN storage space, from its legacy solution. Once implemented, OnBase will seamlessly integrate with its new core system to capture, store and share information across the enterprise, granting staff quick access to the information they need to make faster decisions for it members, the company said.
“The increased visibility into information and processes will improve data quality, eliminate roadblocks and empower better decisions throughout the enterprise,” said Phil Swift, VP of technology services at Centris. “Additionally, we’ll have greater collaboration throughout all processes, both internal and external, to ensure we deliver on our vision of exceptional service to our members.”
As a certified Corelation partner, Hyland said it helps credit unions increase communication between technology systems, improve data quality and worker efficiency, enable instant and secure access to reports and documentation and eliminate member wait times.
“Centris is in great company, joining more than 125 new financial services customers that selected OnBase in 2017 to better manage content, processes and cases. We welcome them to our credit union community and look forward to building a great relationship,” said Michelle Harbinak Shapiro, financial services portfolio manager at Hyland.
For info: OnBase.com/FinancialServices.