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Silanis integrates video into e-signature process
MONTREAL (6/30/14)--Silanis Technology, an electronic signature provider, has partnered with eFace2Face, a web-based video communication and collaboration platform.
 
Silanis Technology, based in Montreal, is a CUNA Strategic Services alliance provider.
 
Through the partnership, the companies will integrate Silanis' e-SignLive e-signature solution into eFace2Face's video communication platform.
 
eFace2Face delivers browser-based video and audio meetings and document sharing. The partnership introduces the inclusion of electronic signing as a feature accessible directly from a videoconferencing solution.
 
While eFace2Face already enables agents and customers to hold high-definition video meetings while sharing and modifying documents in real time, the integration of e-SignLive enables all meeting participants to sign all necessary agreements, sequentially, in one session, using one channel.
 
Benefits created through the integration include:
  • Greater efficiency with accelerated sales processes;
  • Improved cross- and upsell opportunities with higher close ratios;
  • Reduced costs and increased revenues;
  • Improved compliance with industry standards and regulations; and
  • A better customer experience.
Also, today is National ESIGN Day, commemorating the passage of the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, which was passed by the U.S. Congress to facilitate the use of electronic records and electronic signatures. In 2010, both houses of Congress passed a resolution at the request of industry leaders, recognizing June 30 as National ESIGN Day.
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