Clackamas County Bank Chooses AccuAccount Enterprise

We’re excited to announce that Clackamas County Bank, a $296 million financial institution based in Sandy, Oregon, has selected AccuAccount Enterprise for its document management needs.

Clackamas County Bank is Oregon’s oldest community bank. Established in 1911, Clackamas County Bank was instrumental in the development of the Sandy community, which is just outside of Portland. Clackamas County Bank has remained an important part of Sandy throughout the Great Depression, two world wars, and into today’s modern world. Clackamas County Bank offers a variety of personal and business banking solutions, along with financial and insurance services.

“Clackamas County Bank has been serving customers in Oregon for more than 100 years,” said Alan Wooldridge, President of AccuSystems, LLC. “At AccuSystems, we’re pleased to provide Clackamas County Bank with innovative technology to support the financial institution’s future success.”

AccuAccount is a document management system that’s built specifically for the unique needs of community financial institutions. 15,000 users throughout the United States utilize our software to manage documents, track exceptions, and streamline the customer experience. By selecting AccuAccount Enterprise, Clackamas County Bank gains access to the full suite of AccuAccount features, which includes:

  • Document imaging and tracking
  • Electronic document retention features
  • Audit and exam prep tools
  • Loan policy tracking
  • Notice letter automation
  • Multifunction and network scanning
  • Loan approval workflows
  • Pipeline reporting
  • Core system integration

Take an online tour of our document imaging and exception tracking features in AccuAccount. Interested in a demo or pricing? Contact us to request additional information about our products.

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