IMM, a pioneer of integrated eSignature, workflow and document solutions for the modern business enterprise, today unveiled the next generation of its flagship eSignature solution, TotaleAtlas.
IMM, which today provides eSignature technology to more than 650 business organizations, introduces – TotaleAtlas 2015 – as the new standard for eSignature and electronic transaction management through enhanced technology architecture, dynamic user experience and expanded eSignature management capabilities. The company's vision for TotaleAtlas 2015 was to align IMM's advanced eSignature technology with emerging user expectations, regulatory compliance changes and rapidly evolving industry trends.
TotaleAtlas 2015 redefines the eSignature user experience and interface, providing a more simplistic and guided transaction flow that improves employee usability and control over the signing event. It advances the consumer-facing orientation through an intuitive signing experience and expanded in-person signing options that eliminate the need for traditional signature pads.
TotaleAtlas 2015 allows organizations across various vertical industries to implement eSignature technology in direct alignment with the pervasive interpretations of the ESIGN Act. Specific to the banking industry, TotaleAtlas 2015 responds proactively to regulatory changes projected from entities such as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) by expanding consumer awareness and consent functionality, transaction authentication and audit capabilities.
"IMM has re-architected our eSignature platform to further advance transaction performance and ease of use with an overall dynamic electronic transaction experience," said Chuck Klein, CEO. "We engaged the leading eSignature legal experts to guide our vision for TotaleAtlas 2015, and to ensure that it stays in front of the ever changing regulatory landscape. We feel that this exciting release will redefine electronic transaction and eSignature industry benchmarks. We are pleased to share this news with our customers and the general market today."
TotaleAtlas 2015 supports authoritative copy functionality for eSigned documents, meaning users can electronically eVault and secure authoritative (original) copies of eSigned documents. This simplifies the securing and recording of ownership (or transfer) of an original electronic document, in compliance with ESIGN, the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA) and Uniform Commercial Code. TotaleAtlas 2015 also introduces a "lights out" feature, accelerating the application process by eliminating human intervention and having documents displayed immediately for eSignature based upon business rules and decisions. Additional components of TotaleAtlas 2015 include remote eSignature phone authentication, enhanced iOS iPad functionality and improved eSignature session search capabilities.
The preview of TotaleAtlas 2015 will continue through the remainder of the year with general customer availability expected in January 2015.