Passageways, a software provider focused on creating enterprise solutions for employees and board of directors, is pleased to announce the availability of Touch ID for the OnBoard. OnBoard was designed to allow anyone to intuitively create, update, distribute, and review paperless board books, creating seamless technology-driven boardrooms. Today, OnBoard has become easier to use than ever.
This past week has been interesting for fans of ride sharing. Several reports are suggesting that the relationship between Google and Uber is quickly deteriorating. In late 2013, Google Ventures invested $258M of capital into Uber, and now Bloomberg is reporting that Google is planning on introducing a competing service.
The WSJ reports this has been “blown out of proportion.” Their source disclosed that Google is testing an internal carpool application, that they are not going to war. Rather, the “app that helps Google employees carpool to work, and the app isn’t associated with the company’s driverless cars program.”
This week we release the latest version of OnBoard. Passageways’ mission is to respond to our customers needs, to lead the market for purpose built board portal solutions. With every release we strive for better business outcomes. This latest release of OnBoard furthers our core design philosophy, to make board portal software that is Easy, Powerful, and Secure.
Lafayette, IN, January 13, 2015 – Passageways, a software provider focused on creating enterprise solutions for the financial services industry, announced it has been selected by the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) as a Preferred Service Provider for its OnBoard and Employee Portal solutions. OnBoard was designed after more than a decade of partnerships with community banks around the country, allowing them to digitally compile and distribute materials for their board of directors. Passageways’ Employee Portal is an intranet designed for financial institutions that networks organizations across departments, projects, and branches.