LINDEN, N.J. (8/22/11)--Integrated Media Management (IMM), a document output management and automation technology provider, has released the latest version of TotaleAtlas, its flagship document presentment application. TotaleAtlas automates the space between a financial institution’s core system and imaging backend by creating a secure 128-bit encrypted, non-editable PDF document with embedded signatures. IMM’s newest version of TotaleAtlas imports pre-existing or scanned PDF documents into a document set. This provides financial institutions with a tool to bring third-party documents, such as payroll stubs, credit reports and titles, into the active document set in DocQ workflow. A primary driver behind TotaleAtlas 5.1.0 was to launch TotaleAtlasWeb, IMM’s remote signature capture and document delivery solution, which offers secure online document viewing and public key infrastructure (PKI) digital signature technology, the company said. As a result TotaleAtlas 5.1.0 includes:
* Internet banking portal integration, which allows signers to gain access to their documents via home banking login; and * Non-Social Security number authentication, which provides an option to signers without a social security number to sign remotely via the Web while still providing a PKI signature.