LINDEN, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--IMM, a pioneer of integrated eSignature, workflow and document solutions for the modern business enterprise, has announced its most recent financial institutions to sign on for Document Exchange, its cloud-based remote eSignature solution.
Consumer expectations, driven by the ability to shop at home, for instance, have translated into the desire to also bank from home – or from anywhere for that matter. Document Exchange enables financial institutions to provide remote eSignature options for consumers to sign forms, agreements and other documents at the place and time of their choosing, eliminating geographic barriers for loan transactions, as an example, and essentially extending financial institutions’ hours of operation.
These are the most recently signed financial institutions to add Document Exchange:
1st United Services Credit Union (Pleasanton, Calif.); Appalachian Community Federal Credit Union (Kingsport, Tenn.); Centris Federal Credit Union (Omaha, Neb.); Chicago Patrolmen’s Federal Credit Union (Chicago); Diamond Credit Union (Pottstown, Pa.); Education First Federal Credit Union (Beaumont, Texas); Florida Central Credit Union (Tampa, Fla.); Heartland Financial USA, Inc. (Dubuque, Iowa); Infinity Federal Credit Union (Westbrook, Maine); Lake City Bank (Warsaw, Ind.); Missouri Central Credit Union (Lees Summit, Mo.); National Institutes of Health Federal Credit Union (Rockville, Md.); Oceanside Christopher Federal Credit Union (Oceanside, N.Y.); PrimeWay Federal Credit Union (Houston); South Jersey Federal Credit Union (Deptford, N.J.); Staley Credit Union (Decatur, Ill.); and United Teletech Financial Federal Credit Union (Tinton Falls, N.J.).
IMM’s eSignature technology aligns with ubiquitous ESIGN Act interpretations and is compliant with all other major governing legislation including UETA, HIPPA, PCI and others. Comprehensive audit logs capture and record all relevant aspects of transactions for eSignature enforceability. Document Exchange is fully integrated with other business applications on both the front and back end, making eSignature adoption seamless.
John Levy, IMM executive vice president and ESRA (Electronic Signature & Records Association) board member, said, “With IMM, a financial institution can leverage a single eSignature platform to process any document in any format for eSignature – including remote transactions. Our financial institution customers vary in size and demographic footprint, and the self-service offering provides convenience and operational efficiencies. As the evolution of banking continues, we foresee a continued uptick in these technologies.”
Based in Linden, N.J., IMM develops and delivers innovative technology solutions that enable financial institutions to electronically streamline their business operations and processing environments. With a strong and secure legacy of serving more than 650 banks and credit unions with solutions for eSignature capture, business process (workflow) automation, and document presentment, IMM continues to create advanced software applications that promote clients’ sustainability while dramatically increasing productivity and operational efficiencies. The company is a longtime advocate of eSignature adoption and education, active in ESRA to advance the public’s understanding of issues surrounding the use of electronic signatures and records.