Many thanks to the great folks at OneSpan, who have sponsored my writing for the last week.
More than 10,000 customers in 100 countries rely on OneSpan to secure access, manage identities, verify transactions, simplify document signing and protect high value assets and systems.
OneSpan has produced a free report on the top six e‑signature use cases in banking. With it you can learn the most common starting points for e‑signatures, plus the top targets for expanding across the enterprise.
E-signatures are being used in all areas of the bank, from customer-facing transactions to B2B and internal processes.
Some banks start by introducing e-signatures as part of a branch transformation initiative. Others begin in the online channel with high volume, self-serve transactions.
As digitalization efforts mature, it is becoming common for organizations such as U.S. Bank, BMO (Bank of Montreal), RBC (Royal Bank of Canada) and even non-bank lenders like OneMain Financial to expand e-signature capability across all channels, lines of business, mobile apps and more.
OneSpan’s free paper offers guidance to banks of all sizes seeking to answer questions like:
- What are the common challenges in going digital?
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- Where to start, and what is the best way to expand?
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