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Avanti Finance Transforms to Faster Digital Loan Process

Avanti Finance Transforms to Faster Digital Loan Process with Secured Signing’s Trusted Signature Solution

Auckland, New Zealand, 26 October 2017 – Avanti Finance customers can now enjoy a faster turnaround as they can sign loan documents online using Secured Signing’s digital signature solution.

Avanti Finance have been providing finance solutions to its customers for over 25 years and pride themselves on helping people to solve problems and grab opportunities by providing the money they need quickly and easily. With the addition of digital signing Avanti Finance can offer an even faster solution to its customers, that is completely online. Stephen Massey, Head of Consumer for Avanti Finance says “The feedback from both Brokers and Customers has been very positive. The Secured Signing solution has allowed us to design a signing process and experience that is flexible and meets the needs of both the Broker and the Customer”.

Secured Signing delivers a great alternative to traditional paper based signing. The clear advantage is improvement to the speed of transactions, especially when multiple signatures are required with signee’s spread across different locations. The convenience of online signing is backed up by the security, authenticity and legal compliance that can only be achieved with personal X509 digital signature. With a clear audit log, two factor authentications and the option to include video confirmation, Secured Signing’s trusted digital signature solution is legally binding and gives you added evidence that exceeds legal requirements to be sure who is behind the keyboard.

“The driver to implement digital signature in our business was driven by our goal to speed up the turnaround time on loan origination and simplify the acceptance process both improving the overall customer experience” Stephen Massey said. Avanti Finance identified that not having an electronic signature capability was a gap in their offering and were impressed with the simplicity and security that Secured Signing provides. Since launching digital signing, Avanti Finance have benefited from a reduction in the time that it takes for loan documents to be signed and returned from Brokers and Customers.

"It is great to see customers like Avanti Finance taking full advantage of the Secured Signing's comprehensive capability to embed the convenience and security of online digital signatures into their offering." says Mike Eyal, Founder and Managing Director of Secured Signing. "The Avanti Finance team are certainly meeting their customers' expectation for a quick approval process that is completely online. I'm sure they will have every success."


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About Avanti Finance

Avanti Finance is a New Zealand owned and operated business with twenty five years experience in providing a wide range of consumer loan solution’s to it’s customers. One of Avanti’s strengths is the flexibility it provides to solve it’s customers wide and varied needs. Avanti has grown steadily over this period being well supported by it’s Brokers, Dealers and Customers. Avanti recognises the need to continue to improve it’s delivery and service to it’s customers using technology as a positive enabler.

About Secured Signing

Secured Signing provides a one stop digital signature service that delivers a full range of form completion and eSigning capabilities. Using advanced personalised X509 PKI Digital Signature technology it is more secure than a plain electronic signature. Secured Signing enables its users to use any device to capture their graphical signature, fill-in, sign, seal and verify documents anywhere, anytime. The solution streamlines business processes, cuts back on expenses, expedites delivery cycles, improves staff efficiency and enhances customer service in a green environment.

To learn more about Secured Signing, visit www.securedsigning.com


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