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Chase, RBC Sign Off on E-Signatures


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Since e-signature is legally in most parts of the world, I can see that it is going to replace traditional signature in the future. Banks can definitely be one of the pioneers in adopting it. It will bring lots of convenience and efficiency. However, installing and maintaining on-premise e-signature software and integrating it with other applications could be a headache.
Signority (http://www.signority.com) is a Canadian secure electronic signature provider. It is cloud-based so no software installation is required. It provides an easy-to-use and flexible workflow. I think Signority could be a good choice for Canadian businesses.
Posted by jaydenh | Monday, June 30 2014 at 11:02AM ET
I think that bank's legal departments are too busy building internal walls (in the organization) rather than focus their energy in breaking some anachronistic regulatory walls! by working together in the Banker's union.
As evidence, in many countries FAX messages are more regulatory acceptable then electronically signed messages. I've seen some fax forms that has traveled through "a workflow". One can't read them because of quality degradation... yet, they are OK because it's legally approved.
Posted by yakig | Saturday, February 16 2013 at 6:26AM ET
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