Westlake Village, CA (PRWEB) May 15, 2014
SOFTPRO is pleased to announce that its SignDoc ESignature Software Suite meets the requirements set by the Insured Retirement Institute (IRI) Electronic Signature certification process. Financial advisors or agents looking to esign a variety of documents as well as distributors and carriers wanting to implement straight-through processing can turn to SOFTPRO’s esign software for a compliant, certified solution. Meet SOFTPRO at the IRI Ops and Tech Conference, May 19-20, in Kissimmee, Florida, Booth #17.
“IRI’s certification process ensures esigning best practices,” explains Rodney G. Vesling, President, SOFTPRO N.A. “Distributors and insurers can choose SOFTPRO knowing that the legal and technology guidelines, set by the association, are met.”
The IRI Electronic Signature Standards identifies the requirements within four categories: authentication, credentialing, application functionality, and Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) attachments. The IRI Standards also rely, as a reference, upon the Standards and Procedures for Electronic Records and Signatures “SPeRS” and the Electronic Signature in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN) and the Uniform Electronic Transaction Act (UETA).
“IRI is dedicated to working with industry members, including insurers, distributors and solution providers like SOFTPRO, to establish a set of guidelines that will facilitate the adoption of technology designed to promote the use of straight-through processing,” explains Cathy Weatherford, IRI’s CEO. “We want to congratulate SOFTPRO for achieving the IRI ESignature Certification.”
Founded in 1983, SOFTPRO is the most experienced signature management company. The company’s SignDoc Esignature Software Suite supports handwritten esignatures captured with any device including tablets and smartphones as well as offers a secure click-to-sign esignature solution. In addition, SignDoc compliments SOFTPRO’s check fraud prevention solution, FraudOne, for managing signature references and automated check fraud detection. The products are used in 50 countries and 12 of the world’s 25 largest banks trust SOFTPRO.