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LINO LAKES, MN – Sharetec System, core technology made simple, announces Menlo Survey Federal Credit Union in Menlo Park, CA has made the choice to change core systems and join the Sharetec family.

“When evaluating possible business partners, our credit union looked for a company that brings all of the necessary pieces together. Our ideal partner values security highly, offers products that are highly functional and easy to use for both our members and staff, keeps up with technology, works with our other business partners, all while being cost effective. With these criteria in mind, Sharetec was the obvious choice for our credit union. We look forward to joining the Sharetec community this summer,” comments Kelly Keniston, Credit Union Manager for Menlo Survey FCU.

Menlo Survey FCU’s vision to select Sharetec as its core partner fits in with our vision of providing quality member facing products and services for credit union members. Menlo Survey was faced with a challenge as many of their members have reached retirement age, or moved away. By utilizing Sharetec’s Home Banking and Mobile product along with Bill Payment, Picture Pay, P2P, those members can stay in touch with the credit union regardless of their locale.

“Sharetec is excited to be a part of the growth of Menlo Survey FCU as they embark upon a new chapter in their credit union history. We look forward to a long term relationship as the credit union builds a solid foundation of products and services designed to meet the ever-changing technology landscape,” comments Richard Place, VP of Sales for Sharetec.

Menlo Survey FCU
Founded in 1959, Menlo Survey FCU is headquartered in Menlo Park, CA and serves the employees and families of the U.S. Geological Survey and select employee groups. Having over 2,600 members, Menlo Survey FCU has just under $65 million in assets.

About Sharetec
Sharetec, a provider of both in-house and service bureau core solutions, has delivered an ROI, building income streams and lowering operating expenses to nearly 300 credit unions with 67% growth since 2000.