Increasing E-Signature Adoption in Insurance Prompts Shared Success Stories
To help insurance organizations learn from early adopters in the industry, Silanis, the leader in enterprise electronic signature solutions with more than 600 million documents processed annually, will host a webinar Tuesday, March 27 at 2pm EDT. Silanis’ Vice President of Marketing, Mary Ellen Power, will share her years of experience and specific case studies from working with insurers who have implemented e-signatures to improve customer and agent service, reduce costs and strengthen compliance. As electronic signature adoption increases within insurance, so does the opportunity to benefit from the experience, strategies and lessons learned by earlier adopters. Using real-world examples of organizations using e-signatures in insurance-specific use cases, the presentation will highlight project drivers, solution requirements, scope, and results. Those wishing to hear stories of successful adoption of e-signature technology in insurance may wish to register for this complimentary event to hear about e-signature implementations in the following areas:
- Multichannel personal lines – This top 10 Property & Casualty carrier processes more than one million e-signature transactions annually for new business auto and home insurance and has seen processing time reduced from 45 days to 10 minutes.
- Life insurance through career agents – This leading insurance company has enabled its sales force with mobile electronic applications and signature capability for life, annuity and disability products and has achieved 75 percent adoption by its 2,000+ agents.
- Policy delivery via multi-carrier portal – Using e-signatures, Genworth has been able to deliver life insurance policies online, which has resulted in higher placement, time saved chasing down delivery requirements and faster commission payout to agents.
- Regional independent insurance agency – Committed to harnessing technology to improve customer service, this independent agency uses e-signatures on the cloud to process new business processing for commercial and personal lines.