Corelation appoints Rob Landis as new CEO

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SAN DIEGO, January 4, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Corelation, the primary data processor for credit unions, today announced that effective immediately, Therese Benavidez has ceded her responsibilities as company president to Rob landis, who was until now COO of the company. Benavidez will retain his title of CEO, continuing to play a strategic role in the organization, while Landis will assume control of the day-to-day operations of the company. The company will appoint a new COO shortly. This move, which is part of the company’s larger succession plan, has been in preparation for several years.

“We had planned to make this transition sometime in 2022, but I realized now is the right time,” Benavidez said. “I couldn’t have taken this step if I hadn’t had absolute confidence in Rob’s abilities.”

“I remember telling Theresa in 2009 that one day I would like to sit in her chair,” Landis said. “These are really big shoes to fill in and, frankly, I could never fill them myself. Fortunately, we’ve built a world-class management team that will make the transition much easier.”

“In a way, you feel like you are handing over custody of your child to someone,” Benavidez added. “I can’t think of anyone I could trust more than Rob to take on this critically important role. This decision will help ensure Corelation’s growth and prosperity for years and years to come.”

About Corelation, Inc.
Situated at San diego, california, Corelation is the innovative central processor for today’s credit unions. This solution is a people-centered system that enables credit unions to provide the best possible service to members, thereby enhancing their value for member attraction and retention. In terms of industry experience, Corelation staff have dedicated their careers to building core systems and providing unmatched customer service. For more information, visit www.corelationinc.com.

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