eSignLive Announces Webcast: The Top 5 E-Signature Trends in Banking

February 12, 2012

Montreal, QC, February 13, 2012 - Learn the latest e-signature trends among banks, during a February 22, 2012 webcast from Silanis, the leader in enterprise electronic signature solutions with the largest e-signature deployments. E-Signature adoption by banks has accelerated in the past 18 months, largely driven by customer transformation initiatives and the pressure of increased regulatory and compliance requirements. As the market evolves and solutions continue to mature, clear trends and best practices are emerging. The “Top 5 E-Signature Trends in Banking” webcast will reveal where, why and how e-signatures are being used in banking processes, and what solution implementations look like. Silanis is the leading enterprise e-signature provider to banks and lenders. Four of North America’s top 10 banks, as measured by assets, have now standardized on Silanis e-Sign Enterprise™ across multiple lines of business, with three becoming customers in the last nine months of 2011. They join dozens of other banks, lenders and captive financers for auto, heavy equipment, student, consumer and small business lending who use Silanis for their enterprise e-signing needs.

About Silanis Silanis is the most widely used e-signature solution in the world, responsible for processing over 600 million documents annually. Since the company was founded in 1992, our solutions have strengthened the business processes of thousands of organizations, including four of the top North American banks, eight of the top 15 insurance companies and the entire US Army, among others. Companies and government organizations around the globe depend on Silanis to accelerate business transactions, improve customer experience and reduce costs while improving compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. Silanis’ on-premise, cloud and SaaS e-signature solutions eliminate manual, paper-based processing and enable e-commerce and e-government transactions to be electronically executed from start to finish.