Established in 2003, the HomeTown Bank of Alabama is a community bank that has three locations in small towns across Alabama. Locally owned and operated, they are committed to a personal banking experience and being actively involved in the communities they serve. We spoke with Amy Holmes, Home Town Bank’s Project Manager, about their experience implementing OnSemble. What follows is a transcript of our conversation, lightly edited for clarity and length.
We are pleased to announce new features for OnBoard board portal product. Companies will now see their positive impact on the environment with the inclusion of a continuous rolling counter of how many trees saved through use of OnBoard instead of paper. Not only does this feature offer an unprecedented look at your environmental impact, it also provides you a real time understanding of the money you saved from no longer printing, binding, and throwing away board book after board book.
What a great experience we had at PowWOW this year! For those of you who were there, we felt your excitement about the features and updates that we shared. For those of you who were unable to attend, we are excited to share what is in store with you now. This past year we have felt a renewed sense of energy, passion, and excitement surrounding our Employee Portal Solution. So much so that we felt a new name was in order to mark the start of this new chapter in our story. And so, OnSemble was born.
Every year at PowWOW, Passageways hosts the Besties, an award ceremony presented to Passageways’ customers who submit presentations on how they are using their portal to achieve their organization. We have always been committed to showcasing the ingenuity and creativity of our customers. We created the Besties to highlight those that have gone out of their way to develop creative solutions and uses for their portals.
Congratulations to everyone for an amazing PowWow 2015! I am proud of the entire Passageways team for this great event. Thank you to our customers, who make this all possible with their passion, friendship and the push to do more.
Passageways was founded in 2003, but before its creation it was just an idea. Ideas challenge our capabilities and inspire greatness. The Luminary is an award given to organizations and individuals whose impact to Passageways has been significant. We honor those individuals and organizations that continue to chart the course and light the path for others.
At Passageways, we believe in giving back to those around us. Our altruism can be seen ingrained deep within each department of Passageways. Passageways has embraced the the Pledge 1% initiative; giving back 1% of our products, time, and revenue to worthy, charitable causes. Our mission is to make our world more collaborative, not because we think it’s a good goal, but because we believe it’s the best way we can help our world become a better place.
Well that’s a wrap on PowWOW 2015. We gathered in Indianapolis, just outside Lucas Oil Stadium, for four days. We learned, gathered feedback, networked, gave awards to our always amazing customers, and engage in a healthy amount of celebrating. Here’s a quick rundown.
We put together a list of reasons you should come to Indianapolis in May. This is the fun we will have, the knowledge we will share, and the cool places we will go. This is the top 5 reasons to attend PowWOW.
Kristina Veaco is a corporate governance consultant and founder of Veaco Group, a corporate governance advisory firm. Ms. Veaco and her team provide practical corporate governance advisory and support services to public, private and nonprofit entities and their boards of directors. They also specialize in providing independent board evaluations, skills assessments, governance audits, stock administration governance and other governance projects. I had a chance to talk with Ms. Veaco about her tenure, how she advices boards to achieve better corporate governance, and how technology has impacted the boardroom. What follows is a transcript of our conversation, lightly edited for clarity and length.