Peoples Credit Union signs with Sharetec Core Banking

Sharetec System, one of the fastest growing core systems offering the technology of simplicity, announces Peoples Credit Union in Springfield, CO signs with Sharetec to be their next Core Banking Solution.

“After using the same core system for 33 years and following much thoughtful consideration, Peoples Credit Union made the decision to convert our data processing to Sharetec System. We feel that this company has the capability to provide the highest level of technological products and services for our valued members, as well as allow our staff to operate at optimal efficiency on our member’s behalf. Peoples Credit Union constantly strives for perfection, security and integrity in order to meet our member’s financial needs and being able to improve efficiency for the staff with multiple vendor integrations is a bonus. We are looking forward to personalized support from a company that exhibits the same values that we do, but is large enough to stay abreast of evolving technology,” comments Deann Billings, CEO of Peoples Credit Union.

Peoples Credit Union will be utilizing our core services and much more which will ensure Peoples Credit Union has the success they want to achieve through their partnership with Sharetec.

Deborah Resavage, VP of Sales for Sharetec, comments, “Peoples Credit Union was thoughtful about what they wanted throughout this process. They felt that Sharetec would be able to provide them with the technology, security and personalized support that they need and want to offer their members. We couldn’t be happier to welcome them into the Sharetec family!”

About Peoples Credit Union

Peoples Credit Union has been open since 1956. The credit union has assets totaling $60.52 Million and provides banking services to more than 4,000 members. The credit union is a member-owned financial cooperative providing banking services including savings, loans, and other financial services to members. Membership is also open to immediate family of current members.

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