Lead-free solder bumping and its related interconnection and reliability are becoming one of the important issues in today’s electronic packaging industry. In this paper, alloy electroplating was used as SnAg solder bumping process. Multiple reflow was preformed on as-plated solder bumps. Scanning electron microscopy and energy dispersive X-ray analysis were used to investigate the intermetallic compound and microvoids of cross-sectioned solder bump. Shear test was used to evaluate the reliabilities of the SnAg bumps. The area-array Sn/3.0Ag solder bumps of in height and in diameter were fabricated with a smooth and shiny surface and with a uniform distribution of Ag. During multireflow, the scalloped phase grows by a ripening process. Volume shrinkage was the main reason for the formation of microvoids during multireflow. The average shear strength of solder bumps on TiW/Cu under bump metallurgy (UBM) increased with reflow times. The electroplating process is suitable for mass production of well-controlled geometry and uniformity of SnAg solder bumps. Microvoids have trivial negative impacts on the solder bonds. The combination of TiW/Cu UBM and SnAg solder is reliable.