Making the Case for E-Signature ft Bank of Montreal

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Abe Karar –Director, Business Process & Digitization –Bank of Montreal & Andrea Masterton –Corp Marketing Director –eSignLive

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Watch this webinar for an in-depth look at how to calculate ROI for your financial institution and for key stakeholder. Recorded On: February 8th, 2017 Length: 60 minutes Presenters: - Abe Karar – Director, Business Process & Digitization, Personal & Commercial Banking – Bank of Montreal - Andrea Masterton – Corporate Marketing Director – eSignLive by Vasco While important to many top initiatives at retail banks and credit unions, it continues to be a challenge for many banks to prepare a solid business case for e-signature solutions that the many stakeholders across the enterprise can support. But without an e-signature solution, key priorities like paperless account origination, fraud detection and prevention, and seamless customer service cannot be achieved. Watch this webinar hosted by Bank Administration Institute (BAI) to learn how to develop a business case that outlines the realistic benefits and costs of an e-signature solution. Key Takeaways: - Insight into the business drivers banking executives are leveraging to develop the e-signature business case - Strategies and tactics to foster enterprise-wide stakeholder buy-in - An in-depth look at how to calculate ROI for your financial institution and for key stakeholders - Examples of real-world ROI metrics from your peers

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The future of business is digital and the adoption of mobile technology is driving change. We pioneered the e-signature market in 1992 with the goal of making it easier and more efficient to get documents signed. If you’ve ever had to sign a contract with an organization that is not using e-signatures, you’re familiar with the additional work– open an email, print a document, sign it, scan it into digital format, convert it to PDF, email it to the vendor and archive it. Keeping the process digital saves these time-consuming tasks.