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IMM ships e-signature package upgrade

14 July 2015  |  1443 views  |  0 Source: IMM

IMM, a pioneer of integrated eSignature, workflow and document solutions for the modern business enterprise, today announced the official launch and general availability of TotaleAtlas 2015, the next generation of the company’s flagship eSignature solution.

TotaleAtlas 2015 creates a simple, expedient eSignature experience for both businesses and their customers, empowering organizations to embrace the latest technology trends while also further strengthening regulatory and compliance considerations.

IMM, which today provides eSignature technology to more than 650 business organizations, has redefined the in-person eSignature experience with TotaleAtlas 2015, delivering an intuitive, consumer-oriented signing experience while allowing employees to easily manage all aspects of the signing event. TotaleAtlas 2015 also introduces device-less in-person signing options, eliminating the need for traditional signature pads, which reduces implementation costs. A new session “dashboard” provides greater visibility into the signing status of each transaction and its associated signers to improve oversight and efficiency.

“TotaleAtlas 2015 offers many benefits to both members and staff,” said Jill Schaffler, senior information system analyst for US Federal Credit Union. “With the enhanced signing process, the member can rest assured that the document they are signing cannot be altered, therefore protecting the member. Staff will find that determining the signing method, whether in-person or remote, to be easier.”

TotaleAtlas 2015 enables organizations to more easily address evolving compliance requirements through its enhanced signing event audit file. Rules-based eSignature management has been further automated to improve both accuracy and efficiency of the signing event, eliminating the potential for human error. TotaleAtlas 2015 also features electronic vaulting capabilities for organizations that transfer or securitize electronically signed transaction assets. By electronically eVaulting authoritative (original) copies of eSigned documents, ownership and any subsequent transfers of ownership of original transaction documents are managed and controlled in compliance with ESIGN, the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA) and the Uniform Commercial Code.

“IMM continuously looks at ways to innovate and extend the functionality of our eSignature platform to create a more dynamic, seamless electronic transaction,” said Chuck Klein, CEO, IMM. “With this important release, we have established a new industry benchmark for usability, compliance and overall business efficiencies that can be gained with our electronic transaction automation. Organizations are applying TotaleAtlas 2015 across their businesses to not only improve customer service, but to also remain in step with the ever-changing regulations.”

Additionally, TotaleAtlas 2015 adds expanded browser support as well as new interface themes, which enable businesses to create a more seamless, integrated experience for their employees.

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