Klamath Falls, OR, May 12, 2009 – Pacific Crest Federal Credit Union located in Oregon recently signed contracts with Quantivate for the use of their vendor management software and vendor management service. The regulated financial industry sees our product as a way to help them preserve much needed capitol and meet regulatory requirements. We are honored to have them as our customer.
PCFCU (Pacific Crest Federal Credit Union) is a full-service, not for profit financial institution cooperatively owned by and operated for its members. Since being chartered in January 1936, PCFCU has been chosen as the primary community credit union in Klamath, Lake, Modoc and Northeast Siskiyou Counties. With assets in excess of $117 million, PCFCU is the only locally owned community credit union headquartered in Klamath Falls, Oregon, serving over 13,000 members in rural areas of Southern Oregon and Northern California. – For additional information, visit www.pacificcrestfcu.com.
Quantivate was founded in 2005 by Andy Vanderhoff and Michael Carter, two industry experts who have implemented Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity for many Fortune 1000 companies including Progressive Insurance, AT&T Wireless, Boeing, Safeco Insurance and most recently Washington Mutual. In 2006 the first version of Prizm was released. In 2007 Quantivate released the industry’s first Business Continuity service model. This made business continuity affordable and accessible to all organizations and industries.
Quantivate is a leading provider of Vendor Management Software, assuring guaranteed compliance for both banks and credit unions.
Today Quantivate’s current customer base includes a diverse set of organizations such as World Vision (a billion dollar non-profit), King County (the 12th largest county in the US), Alaska Airlines (11th largest domestic airline), Snohomish County Public Utilities District, and Banner Bank (a growing regional community bank). Quantivate, based in Redmond, WA is a privately held limited liability company.