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.
Share the love!The Urantia Book Fellowship was established in 1950 in Chicago, Illinois, as a non-profit educational foundation. We spoke with Emilio Coppola, Urantia Book Fellowship’s Treasurer, about their experience adopting OnBoard. What follows is a transcript of our conversation, lightly edited for clarity and length. Passageways: So, how did you first hear about Passageways. Emilio Coppola: We heard about you […]
In a recent interview, former Indiana Governor and Purdue President Mitch Daniels laid out his thinking as the University begins to chart a new strategic plan. Daniels presents a vision resistant to complacency, stressing the importance of choices, “a real strategy is defined by what it leaves out,” he said. “If you can’t name some important choices that were not included, it’s probably not a very good guide because you can’t try to do everything.”
Don’t do everything. Invest in what you do well. This isn’t novel wisdom, but its advice that rarely seems to stick. Overextending resources is a failure of vision, a vain attempt to examine the landscape, see everything, learn nothing, and imitate without nuance. This is a cross industry pitfall. There’s simply too many ideas, practices, and products for one person or organization to do many well. Jack of all trades is a master of none.
It’s that moment of the year where we begin to think about family, friends who we don’t see quite often enough, a reprieve from work, and the events that made this year in our lives special. We can feel this time of year, even if what should be a brisk autumn is more like a mild winter right now in Indiana. Things are slowing down, the nights arrive too soon, and we begin to consider all the people that are responsible for our good fortune. We are taking stock of these people, the places, the memories made, and the fun had. This has been an amazing year, and we couldn’t possibly include everyone and everything we are thankful for, but there are a few that stood out. This is what we at Passageways are forever thankful for: