Corelation appoints new CTO and COO

Source: Corelation

Leading credit union core processor Corelation Inc., announces more executive moves, as one of their long-time leaders Lori Paige has been appointed Chief Operating Officer (previously Director of Conversion Services), as well as Dwayne Jacobs being named Chief Technology Officer (previously Director of Software Development).

Along with the recent announcement of Rob Landis becoming the company’s new president (previously COO), these new moves in leadership build on Corelation’s already solid foundation from the last 12 years that will take the company to another level in continuing to strive for excellence in all areas.

“We’re very excited about these moves and it’s our goal to tighten up anything that needs to be improved and to be the very best core vendor out there,” states Landis. “Our focus every day is excellence and, with these latest moves, the sky's the limit for us moving forward.”

Paige, who has been with Corelation for just over six years, takes over the COO position and will leverage her time as Director of Conversion Services, as well as previous IT leadership experience. She looks to enhance processes and procedures, making them even more efficient. She also plans to implement training programs for leadership teams within the company to lead employees more effectively and consistently.

Paige looks at continuing to improve the company’s already-extra efforts in retaining quality employees, which has been a major challenge in just about any industry today. She also adds that Corelation has the right operations tools in place - but is always looking for more - to help employees perform at their best, which means converting clients and completing mergers in a timely manner.

“Those are the things we want to stay on top of to be there for our clients,” she says. “I’m very humbled and honored to take over this role and excited at the same time for this new challenge to help Corelation continue to achieve its goals.”
Jacobs’ first order of business as Corelation’s new CTO is to help keep the company on its upward technology trajectory, enabling it to reach even greater heights in this area. He also plans to work with Jeff Dent, now Chief Innovation Officer, and the rest of the executive team alongside clients to ensure the company’s product strategy continues to move forward on a rock-solid path.

“The ultimate goal is to continue innovating our core system so it provides a rich set of capabilities that will help our clients continue to grow and prosper in this competitive digital era,” says Jacobs. “I’m so excited and honored for this chance to join such an awesome team at Corelation. We already have a great product roadmap and we look to continue enhancing it to benefit our clients well into the future.”

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