Retailers around the world already know that people want to be able to buy products instantly online, and complicated products like life insurance are no exception. A recent study found that 23% of consumers want to be able to research and purchase life insurance online.
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If you’ve ever worked at a financial business, you probably already know the benefits of going paperless: it’s good for the environment, it saves time (no more filing or retrieving documents), and it frees up office space that used to house filing cabinets. But have you thought about what going paperless would do for your customers? Here are some great customer benefits of going paperless:
Two industry leaders are joining forces to bring digital signatures to the University of Houston. The solution is designed to serve the comprehensive needs of faculty, staff, students and parents.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.—March 21, 2013—SIGNiX, the leading provider of cloud-based digital signature technology, and Symantec, the leading Certificate Authority and provider of Managed PKI Services, combined their offerings to enable the University of Houston to utilize Symantec’s trusted digital certificates for all of their e-signature needs without having to install software or purchase hardware. The university anticipates significant cost savings, streamlined processes and better service for all of its constituents while enhancing security and compliance.
The National Credit Union Administration recently posted its monthly update video. This nine-minute video features NCUA Chief Economist John Worth discussing credit...
Looking for a way to create digital signatures online? With MyDoX, it couldn’t be easier. Our cloud-based service lets you upload documents, add signature fields and send them out for signature without having to download any software.
A scheme that tricks investors into sending money to Eastern Europe has credit unions in 16 states on high alert.
Washington, D.C. credit union advocates say there’s no mention of the credit union tax exemption in either of the most recent budget proposals released by both parties.
A new study has found that mid-range credit unions will lead the way in tech spending over the next few years.