|By An Bui||
|September 1, 2010 08:59 AM EDT||
We're excited to publish a newsletter featuring Gartner research about the benefits of electronic signature technology in the insurance industry. We'll share this research through an online newsletter and webinar. One of Gartner’s key findings is that the use of electronic signatures is an essential element when creating a true straight-through process for application procedure. Gartner also recommends relying on an electronic signature solution that is “hardware-independent.”
Research Title: Best Practices for Global Life and P&C Insurers in Selecting Electronic Signature Solutions by Steven Leigh and Juergen Weiss
Watch: Register for a DocuSign electronic signature for insurance webinar on September 22 at 10 a.m. PT, hosted by Steve Woodworth, insurance and wealth management market director at DocuSign.
Learn: Learn how to increase placement ratios and reduce sales cycle with electronic signature technology, and why electronic signatures are becoming indispensable for life and property and casualty (P&C) insurers to support their electronic distribution and service channel strategies. In this research, Gartner summarizes key considerations for a request for proposal (RFP) that insurers should be aware of.
Other Features: View demos and download white papers and other collateral that discuss the legality of an electronic signature and how the DocuSign electronic signature service can complete a transaction in minutes.
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