LINDEN, N.J. (6/19/13)--Bellwether Community CU, Manchester, N.H., has implemented an iPad signature application from IMM, a provider of eSignature, workflow and document solutions.
TotaleAtlas is IMM's flagship eSignature and electronic document presentment platform. iSign, the native iPad client application for TotaleAtlas, eliminates the need for legacy signature pads and expedites electronic document completion for business transactions.
Bellwether Community CU, with three branches and $384 million in assets, serves more than 30,000 members throughout New Hampshire. Helping those members to bank remotely and through self-service channels is a priority for the credit union.
"IMM has a leg up on remote closing capabilities," said Jeff Benson, Bellwether Community CU chief information officer. "We have always been a technologically focused credit union, and adding iSign for TotaleAtlas has really encouraged our members to embrace the ease and convenience of electronic document signing.
"People today are comfortable using tablets--even find them appealing to use," Benson added. "If members can access and close fully electronic loan files on these devices, they are going to take advantage of it."
Bellwether went live in February with iSign in-branch. It had recently converted its loan origination platform to CRIF Lending Solutions' CRIF ACTion loan and account origination system, and, with a centralized lending model, required strong integration points to TotaleAtlas to ensure efficiency in the front office. Now more information can flow from the credit union's core system and CRIF ACTion to TotaleAtlas faster and with fewer errors, said the Linden, N.J.-based IMM.
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (6/19/14)--CO-OP Financial Services is offering a $199 "Insider Rate" for its THINK 14 conference until Aug. 31.
The THINK 14 conference will be held May 19-22 in New Orleans. The regular registration rate for the conference is $679.
In addition to the Insider Rate for THINK 14, CO-OP is offering "Change It Up," a free white paper that features the key points made by speakers during THINK 13 and discusses how credit union employees can apply those lessons at their financial institutions.
To download the white paper or to learn more about THINK 14, use the links.