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finPOWER Connect Teams Up with Secured Signing

finPOWER Connect Teams Up with Secured Signing


Integration of Secured Signing's online digital signature service to loan management system, finPOWER Connect is a win for financial services providers and borrowers.

Auckland 11 October 2016 - finPOWER Connect's partnership with Secured Signing enables borrowers to complete loan origination documents in minutes, using secure, online signing without lenders needing to work across multiple systems.

Being the first to offer a customer a loan is often the difference between winning that business and losing it. finPOWER Connect understands the highly competitive nature off the financial services sector and equips their customers with the tools to be responsive and dynamic. Partnering with Secured Signing has extended the reach of the finPOWER Connect system to access the speed and convenience of online signing of loan origination documents and the authenticity and reliability only possible with PKI based digital signatures.

The ability to send documents for online signing directly from within finPOWER Connect is quick and convenient for the lender's staff and saves the business the cost and wasted effort of working with paper. Secured Signing enables customers to sign with a few touches on whatever device they have handy, wherever they happen to be, whenever it suits them. A great mobile experience makes it easier for the customer and means the transaction can be completed within minutes. Security is not sacrificed for convenience, with Secured Signing delivering personal, PKI based digital signatures that can be validated independently to verify the identity of the person who signed the document and the integrity of the document content.

“Integrating Secured Signing's capabilities into finPOWER Connect gives our customers the simplest path to offer borrowers the convenience of online signing, while ensuring they continue to meet their compliance obligations.” said Paul Thompson, CEO of Intersoft Systems, the developer of finPOWER Connect. “Customers are now able to access a reliable, powerful, local digital signatures platform without having to learn a new system or work across platforms.”

The development team at Intersoft Systems have taken full advantage of the comprehensive integration toolkit (API) provided by Secured Signing. The round trip integration provides full visibility of the signing workflow within finPOWER Connect. And saves the signed document against the relevant borrower and loan records with no manual effort. The end result is time saved for both lender and borrower, significantly quicker execution of the transaction and the compliance value of a demonstrably authentic and tamper proof electronic original.
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