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Access Credit Union Boosts Online Lending 97% with Digital Signatures

Lindsay Edwards, lending manager of Access Community Credit Union, was frustrated by the credit union’s paper loan application process. It was a hassle both for members and credit union employees, and she needed a solution.
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Gateway Credit Union Integrates SIGNiX Digital Signatures for Expansion

Paper Slowed Them Down Food Industries Credit Union had just rebranded as Gateway Credit Union, and they had work to do. Their loan application process involved mailing out loan applications, waiting on them to return, correcting errors, and finally signing on the dotted line. Each step required too much time and unnecessary repetition. If the newly branded Gateway Credit Union was going to make good on its mission to expand to new members beyond the food industry, they would need a loan application process that was faster, more cost effective, and just plain better.
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Mobility and Security Will Drive Tech Trends in 2017

As 2016 nears its end, many people are curious about the technology initiatives we’ll see in 2017. At SIGNiX, we expect two elements to drive tech trends in the new year: continued adoption of mobile services and improved security of data privacy.
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Does Your Business Have an Internet Security Plan?

The internet has revolutionized the way we do business, allowing everything from online banking to employees working remotely. However, the internet has also brought new risks and threats. All businesses have sensitive information of some sort, such as customers' banking details and employees' personal information. Internet connection can endanger this confidential information. 
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How Much Do You Spend on Paper Documents?

Electronic devices have become essential in today’s digital world. Think about how many times a day you check your mobile phone or interact with any digital device? These devices are readily available and easily accessible in our everyday lives, and it’s hard to imagine the world without them. But did you know that between 70% and 80% of business processes are still being managed on paper?
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Are You Making These Fatal Password Mistakes?

I recently went around the Texas and Oklahoma area performing Small Credit Union Workshops. During the first session, I was asked about passwords. I then immediately built password training back into my workshop because, even though they have been around a long time, many people are still unclear of what to do.
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[Infographic] The Declaration of Independence and Electronic Signatures

I'd like you to hop in a time machine with me as we go back in time to the summer of 1776. Earlier in the summer, Congress spent two days debating and revising the language of The Declaration of Independence. Now, nearly a month later, 56 delegates have gathered with quill pens in hand to sign the historic document. 
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E-Signatures Attract a New Generation of Business

Born during the brink of tech revolution in the 1980s and 1990s, Millennials are becoming the new influencers in the workplace and marketplace. The world is becoming theirs to own, and however they shape the future, it’s likely their digital instincts will play a role. Consider these facts from the Millennial Generation Research Review: 80 percent of Millennials sleep with their cell phones next to their beds Millennials are 2.5 times more likely to be early adopters of technology than are older generations 60 percent of Millennials produce and upload online content
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[Infographic] What is KBA? Knowledge Based Authentication Explained

At SIGNiX, we talk a lot about identity which is process of identifying people online. It's a big deal in the e-signature world. After all, if you don't know who is signing a document, what use is a signature? We get a lot of questions about the most secure type of identity authentication we offer — knowledge based authentication (KBA) — so I thought I'd take a minute to explain KBA. 
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Keeping the Soul in Electronic Signatures

The rise of the digital network-based information economy and machine-mediated electronic signatures has left many consumers with the experience of identity deficit, or absence of the personal. This is reflected in a recent study – “Paperless and Soulless: E-signatures Diminish the Signer’s Presence and Decrease Acceptance” – reported by Professor Eileen Chou of the University of Virginia.
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