a360inc, a leading technology and outsourcing solutions provider to the legal and financial services industries, announced today it has entered a strategic partnership with SIGNiX, a national provider of digital signature and remote online notary (RON) technology. The partnership integrates SIGNiX solutions directly to a360inc enterprise clients, providing significant efficiencies to users and further incorporating a360inc’s seamless process flows into an entire real estate or default transaction.
Designed to provide notaries with the knowledge and referrals they need to grow, virtually
Chattanooga, TN, April X, 2021 –SIGNiX, the leading combined digital signature and enotary technology provider in North America, today announced it recently launched the SIGNiX RON Certification Program and Online Notary Network (ONN), which are both designed to help notaries build their business using its eNotaryDox Remote Online Notarization (RON) technology.
Fintech Executive will provide strategic guidance to accelerate growth
ProNvest and SIGNiX, sister companies and leading technology platforms that service highly regulated industries like wealth management, insurance, and real estate, today announced they have named Skience President and COO Marc Butler to their boards of directors. As a board member, Marc will provide insights and guidance on how both companies can continue to scale and accelerate their growth.
Expanded partnership provides North American real estate agents and their clients with access to state-of-the-art notary technology
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (PRWEB) March 12, 2020
Plano, Texas (PRWEB) March 2, 2020 -
SIGNiX, the largest cloud-based digital signature provider based in North America, announced today that its solution is integrated with the Closing Market digital network of RamQuest, Inc., a leading provider of technology-based solutions for the title insurance and settlement industry.
Rolf Bishop, the chief information officer for San Diego County, had never been satisfied with the process of manually filling out forms in person whenever citizens needed a county service.
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.