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IMM Launches Quick Start eSignature Program

IMM Launches Quick Start eSignature Program

IMM, the only eSignature provider that specializes in eSignature and digital transaction solutions exclusively for financial institutions, announced the launch of a new one-year Quick Start eSign Program designed specifically for banks and credit unions that cannot currently complete and sign key documents remotely. Leveraging this new program, financial institutions can begin remotely processing documents within approximately 48 hours and have the ability to migrate to IMM’s full enterprise eSignature platform, IMM eSign, at any time during the one-year program period.

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Using IMM’s Quick Start eSign program, financial institutions can service consumer’s financial requests without direct personal contact. New accounts can be opened, new loans can be completed, account service requests can be processed, and loan modifications or extensions can be facilitated.

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Michael Ball, vice president of Markets and Strategy, said, “Now more than ever, eSignatures are a critical component of a financial institution’s business infrastructure. Having worked with Banks and Credit Unions for over two decades, IMM clearly understands that being able to conduct business transactions in this new “remote-oriented society” is paramount for business continuity in any organization, but especially for financial institutions.”

This program is designed to be a “stop-gap” measure to assist institutions in navigating the current unprecedented situation, enabling them to electronically send documents to customers to sign remotely. With the Quick Start electronic signatures, financial institution employees can easily upload documents, “tag” or drag and drop signature fields on the documents and send them off for signature. Once the customer has completed signing the documents remotely, the employee then receives an email notification that the transaction is complete. They can then view the document, print or download it – for subsequent downstream business processing.

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