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Meeting the Needs of Patient Financing while Justifying the Effort Involved

By | August 1st, 2013|News|

Priding itself on being a resourceful community-banking network across eight states, the Bank of Colorado regards itself for its old-fashioned, neighborly customs of greeting customers by name and answering telephone calls in person. So when one of the Grand Junction branches began to get more inquiries for loans related to medical procedures, the Bank of [...]

New Partnership Focusing on Catalyst Census Data

By | July 19th, 2013|News|

Epic River is pleased to announce that it has been retained by Catalyst, the leading nonprofit organization working to expand opportunities for women and business. The work Epic River will deliver focuses on improving the Catalyst Census data warehouse. The customized system provides the ability to import, enter and manage data related to top companies, [...]

Kaleo and Epic River Partner to create ACH Payment Software for the Hospitality Industry

By | July 12th, 2013|News|

Accounting software continues to evolve to meet the needs of its customers, and the hospitality industry is no different. When hotels discovered that their existing software did not offer the ability to schedule daily payments via an automated clearing house (ACH), they sought out the consulting firm, Kaleo Technology. Kaleo was able to bundle several [...]

MyLoans™ – An Innovative Approach to Patient Financing

By | June 11th, 2013|News|

Have you ever left an orthodontic office trying to convince yourself that character building might just be an okay alternative for Timmy rather than figuring out a way to cover the cost of braces for the next three years? Because really, there has got to be a limited number of jokes that one can create [...]

Kishore Menezes

By | April 10th, 2010|Team|

Kishore is Epic River’s automation evangelist. Not familiar? Well, every company that truly wants to be more efficient and identify “undocumented software enhancements” early in a release cycle has a Kishore on staff. No one is spared his wrath, which is why you’ll find our senior partners regularly ensuring that Kishore has a full cup [...]

Jessica Toney, Product Manager

By | April 8th, 2010|Team|

Before software can be designed and developed, the purpose behind it has to be understood. That’s where Jessica comes in. She is tasked with understanding the customers and how they use the software, thus guiding the software creation process down the right path in the very beginning. Focused on our software applications for financial institutions, [...]

Cory Sanders, Customer Support Representative

By | April 8th, 2010|Team|

If you’ve ever called our office, chances are you’ve spoken with Cory, one of our Customer Support Representatives. And if you’ve ever gotten his voicemail, you likely caught him taking a quick break to challenge his co-workers to a game of P.I.G. on the basketball court. But when he’s not tossing the basketball between his [...]

Sara Rolph, Bookeeper and Quality Assurance Tester

By | April 8th, 2010|Team|

Have you ever figured out the difference between the “C” and the “CE” on the calculator? We haven’t either, which is why most of us press both buttons multiple times just to be sure the data has been cleared. But you won’t see Sara waste time on that. Instead, she’ll use the right button just [...]

Angie Goss, Software Quality Assurance

By | April 8th, 2010|Team|

When working in our software, have you ever noticed that randomly placed button that does nothing when you click it? We haven’t either. That’s because Angie, one of our key employees in the Software Quality Assurance Department, doesn’t let that get by her…or a new recipe. And while she loves to experiment in the kitchen, [...]