Post Tagged with: "Umpqua"

Can Pivotus Help Save Banks from Themselves?

Can Pivotus Help Save Banks from Themselves?

by April 1, 2016 at 10:22 pm 0 comments

Pivotus Ventures, a new venture capital firm launched by Umpqua Holdings Corporation, believes that drastic action is needed to keep banks relevant in the coming years. If any FIs can do it, Umpqua is certainly among them. Just last year, the Portland, Oregon-based corporation performed the rare feat of upgrading its coreRead More

Don’t Just Innovate for the Fun of It

Don’t Just Innovate for the Fun of It

by March 7, 2014 at 2:17 pm 0 comments

Innovation has to serve a purpose, and it must scale. That was the message of Citigroup‘s JP Jolly when he took the stage at Bank Innovation 2014 this week to describe the process of updating Citi’s mobile app for its corporate clients. He described the process of updating the tablet andRead More

Umpqua’s Eve Callahan to Speak at Bank Innovation 2014

Umpqua’s Eve Callahan to Speak at Bank Innovation 2014

by February 14, 2014 at 11:36 am 0 comments

Eve Callahan, senior vice president of communications for Umpqua Bank, has joined the speaker faculty for Bank Innovation 2014, which will take place March 3-4 in Seattle. Callahan will join the panel, “Advanced Marketing in a Socially Connected World,” which will be moderated by Matt Wilcox, managing director, marketing strategy and innovation,Read More

Newer banking technology isn’t limited to digital channels

by January 31, 2014 at 2:49 pm 0 comments

Originally posted on The Verint Blog. Twitter: @verint Debates will continue on the role of the financial institution branch, whether or not consumers need them, and how many—if any—each market should have. While the use of digital banking channels continues to grow, some leading banks are designing and building newRead More

Wish Upon a Bank: My Ode to Umpqua

by December 5, 2008 at 8:30 pm 0 comments

If I were a bank, I’d want to be Umpqua Bank. That’s a bank with class. Consider its “Wish Upon a Star” program, which grants holiday wishes to those in need. Or the fact its web site links to local musicians, allowing users to create a playlist ($0.75 per song)Read More