Montreal, QC (PRWEB) September 05, 2013
Silanis Technology, a leader in electronic signature solutions with over 600 million documents processed annually, in conjunction with Bank Systems & Technology, will offer a complimentary webcast for bank IT and operations executives interested in learning how U.S. Bank implemented e-signatures for account openings. During the event on Tuesday, September, from 2pm-3pm ET, U.S. Bank’s vice president of technology and operations services, John Fraser, and Silanis’ vice president of marketing, Mary Ellen Power, will share firsthand lessons on how to transform the branch customer experience.
Fraser will also share how U.S. Bank made the business case for e-signatures and what it takes to set up and scale e-signatures to support multiple lines of business. U.S. Bank went live with e-signatures for consumer and small business loans across 3,084 branches nationwide in September 2011. Customers and staff embraced the new paperless process as U.S. Bank:
Fueled by the response and the impressive benefits, this top 5 bank has since extended electronic signing to account openings and is processing tens of thousands of transactions daily.
Those wishing to register for the event may do so at https://webinar.banktech.com/Silanis20130910?keycode=CAA1AC.
Silanis is the most widely used e-signature solution in the world, responsible for processing more than 600 million documents annually. Founded in 1992, Silanis’ solutions e-Sign Enterprise and e-SignLive enable thousands of organizations, including four of the top 10 North American banks, eight of the top 15 insurance companies and the entire US Army to accelerate business transactions, improve customer experience and reduce costs while improving compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. Silanis provides the most flexible deployment options with its on-premise, cloud and SaaS e-signature solutions, eliminating manual, paper-based processing and enabling e-commerce and e-government transactions to be electronically executed from start to finish. Learn more at http://www.silanis.com.