Integrated Media Management offers Web contracting and e-signatures in the cloud

Source: IMM

Integrated Media Management® (IMM), a document output management and automation technology provider, today introduced TotaleAtlasWeb DE, or Document Exchange, to provide financial institutions with Web contracting and electronic signatures in the cloud.

The new offering is powered by Adobe® EchoSign®, a pioneering electronic signature service that currently supports 6 million users worldwide.

Document Exchange is the next generation of IMM's document delivery and electronic signature capture solution, and extends greater efficiencies, cost savings and user convenience via an intuitive, hosted experience. Financial institutions receive a 100 percent Web-based product that does not require scanning software, signature pads or digital certificates traditionally needed for electronic signing events. Browser- and device-agnostic, Document Exchange performs identify verification, intent to sign and document integrity validation to produce legally enforceable electronic signature records.

Chuck Klein, CEO of Integrated Media Management, said, "We have a longstanding history with Adobe that has helped deliver previous releases of our eSignature solution with high integrity. IMM is proud to adopt Adobe EchoSign, giving credit unions and banks a complete electronic signature capture offering with a simplified user experience to eSign documents from virtually any location, at any time."

Kevin M. Lynch, SVP and GM of Acrobat and Document Services at Adobe added, "IMM is known for moving the business of financial institutions forward while strengthening the consumer experience. We are excited to see IMM adopt Adobe EchoSign and bring the simplicity and cost saving benefits of digital contracts to this market."

IMM's Document Exchange provides a comprehensive document delivery, eSignature and document archival solution, seamlessly integrating with each client's core business applications and ECM/imaging systems. The digital signature remains embedded within the document, leaving the content unchanged from the point of signature execution. Document Exchange maintains the security required by financial institutions with the Adobe Certified Document Services CDS certificate, McAfee SECURE daily certification and SSAE 16 compliant facilities. IMM's use of Adobe's CDS certificate policy ensures that document integrity and signature validation remain legally intact, independent of the status of the signature technology provider.

John Levy, EVP and co-founder of IMM, explained, "We wanted to provide financial institutions a higher level of security standards while also meeting their demand for cloud-based solutions. But this is more than the cloud; it enables higher service levels, better productivity, lower costs to complete transactions and securing new business." Quickly putting documents in front of the signer not only drives down costly in-branch service models, but also allows timely completion of pending transactions before the member is introduced to competing alternatives.

Document Exchange additionally provides clients the capability to transport documents that originate outside of the clients' presentment solution - human resources, vendor contracts, etc. - and incorporate them into the same secure, remote electronic signing experience.

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