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Extraco Banks, N.A Celebrates One Year in Production with the CreditCore Loan Origination Solution

HURST, Texas – April 5, 2017 – 3530 Technologies, LLC (“3530”) announced today that Extraco Banks® is celebrating its one-year anniversary of switching to 3530’s CreditCore for its consumer and small business lending operations.

“We are proud to have Extraco as a client-partner utilizing the CreditCore solution throughout their branch network and taking advantage of its industry-leading features and configurability” said Troy Anderson of 3530.

Doug Streater, President and Chief Banking Officer of Extraco Banks said, “After an extensive search of all available LOS alternatives on the market, we selected 3530 and their CreditCore solution as the replacement for the LOS we had used for the last 14 years. The product and company were a fresh alternative to the list of big box vendors whose product offerings and level of service haven’t been able to keep up with the expectations of regional and community lenders. After one year in production, we are more than satisfied with the product and its feature set as well as the refreshing approach and passion that 3530 exemplifies with its dedication to its client partners. We look forward to a long, mutually beneficial relationship with 3530 and the CreditCore solution.”



Founded on the principles and values of focusing on the client partner relationship as well as providing a best-in-class loan origination solution to lending institutions in the U.S., 3530 is the preeminent vendor partner of choice for institutions who are thirsty for positive change.


Extraco Banks® celebrated 114 years and three generations of family management on July 12th, 2016. Founded as a cotton warehousing company, Extraco is the largest and most comprehensive independent financial institution headquartered in central Texas with over $1.3 billion in assets, $150 million in capital and reserves, and 125,000 customers. Extraco's 16 financial centers are located in Bryan/College Station, Georgetown, Lampasas, Killeen, Harker Heights, Copperas Cove, Waco, Temple, Belton, Gatesville, Hamilton, and McGregor.

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