Aspire Federal Credit Union, IMM complete Corelation integration
Credit union’s decision to maintain IMM solutions eased by seamless interface with new core provider
LINDEN, NJ (April 14, 2015) — New Jersey-based Aspire Federal Credit Union chose to maintain its eSignature solutions from IMM when it recently converted to its newly selected core provider Corelation.
“In transitioning to a new core, IMM was one of the select vendor relationships we chose to retain,” said Tom O’Shea, president and CEO of Aspire Federal Credit Union. “Since we made the strategic decision a few years ago to operate digitally and predominantly serve members remotely with home and mobile banking, IMM has been a valuable partner. We knew from the onset that IMM and Corelation would collaborate synergistically; the seamless integration of their systems has enabled our members and employees to continue using the IMM software to which have been accustomed.”
Since 2005, the credit union has used IMM’s TotaleAtlas eSignature platform and more recently added remote eSignature capabilities with the Document Exchange cloud-based service. According to O’Shea, working with IMM directly to develop an “auto draft” solution has created new efficiencies in the credit union’s auto lending business. With TotaleAtlas, the credit union produces a blank check and marketing documentation for members to present to a lender, accelerating the auto purchase and lending process. O’Shea also commented that he foresees many opportunities for Aspire Federal Credit Union to expand its use of IMM’s eSignature technology in the very near future.
John Levy, IMM executive vice president and ESRA (Electronic Signature & Records Association) board member, said, “It has been extremely impressive to see Aspire accomplish its objectives for operating electronically, enabling increased employee productivity and substantial costs reductions. Our ability to interface with Corelation’s Keystone provides credit unions like Aspire peace of mind that IMM’s solutions will be compatible with virtually any core, LOS or imaging system. This ability allows both the credit union employees and the consumers to maintain eSignature experience continuity when back office vendor or lending systems change.
Through the core conversion, Aspire Federal Credit Union has also continued its use of IMM’s TotaleChecks system, which creates and prints official checks on-demand, eliminating the need to maintain and secure inventories of pre-printed checks.
Corelation is based in San Diego, and is one of the many financial core providers with which IMM
has developed integrations.
Based in Linden, N.J., IMM develops and delivers innovative technology solutions that enable financial institutions to electronically streamline their business operations and processing environments. With a strong and secure legacy of serving more than 650 banks and credit unions with solutions for eSignature capture, business process (workflow) automation, and document presentment, IMM continues to create advanced software applications that promote clients’ sustainability while dramatically increasing productivity and operational efficiencies. The company is a longtime advocate of eSignature adoption and education, active in ESRA to advance the public’s understanding of issues surrounding the use of electronic signatures and records.
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