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The Financial Industry's Successful Future

Just five years ago, mobile banking seemed futuristic, the stuff we see in sci-fi movies and can’t wrap our head around. Fast-forward to today and it has emerged as an essential component to financial institutions and their members. But when we talk about mobile banking, we are only skimming the surface of the countless changes that have been made in the financial industry. Due to rapidly advancing technology, people have become accustomed to fast, flexible, and secure financial service— something that is made possible by the high-level efficiency that digital transaction management (DTM) yields.

With Digital Transaction Management (DTM), financial institutions are able to solve their highest priorities, regulate compliance, improve asset quality, enhance customer centricity, focus on digital convergence, and eliminate the abundant amount of paper waste caused by financial institutions.

DTM does this by providing an all-encompassing experiencing that enables companies of all sizes to complete business transactions in one setting, using real time, from quote to cash. DTM enhances business processes in the following key ways:

Precision: Every data detail is saved and encompasses a real-time audit trail so you can track any changes that have been made, status of delivery, location, etc. You will never have to worry about losing another document again

Transaction Results: We are no longer having to overnight documents, find a fax machine, or thread through numerous e-mails to find what you’re looking for– DTM keeps the workflow in the cloud from beginning to end, with a real time audit-trail

Convenience: Because DTM is utilized in the cloud, you are empowered to transact business processes anywhere, anytime, on any device- giving you the flexibility people want and need in this day in age.

Productivity: With DTM, you are able to perform all digital transactions in one easy-to-access experience - streamlining business processes and saving you time, energy, and money 

These trends serve as the groundwork that is propelling cloud computing and the digital revolution at its core. With the customer as our focus, we are bringing the highest level of efficiency and effectiveness to the financial industry to create a fast, flexible, and secure digital process.

DocuSign is at the forefront of this continuous pursuit of progress we are seeing in the Credit and Banking Union industry as of late. This quest is marked by heavy regulations and firm legal guidelines. DTM’s strict standard of regulatory and legal compliance ensures we maintain a sharp and heavy focus on client satisfaction. In order for our DTM platform to balance these necessities, we had to create a processing flow unlike any other. Due to these compliance regulations, the digital transformation was once a challenge, but proved to make our business and ultimately the financial industry stronger and more efficient.

Due to these strict regulatory guidelines, our DTM processing flow encompasses the highest level of integrity by incorporating a deep level of integration and infrastructure that can handle an enormous breadth of data and boasts impeccable security.  These characteristics make up the foundation of DTM resulting in rapid, efficient, and successful business processes for both customers and banking institutions alike. As a result, consumers are more than satisfied.

Thanks to our world-class digital transaction platform, our customer base is eagerly spreading the word about the incredible value DTM provides each and every day. This positive viral cycle improves our organizations ability to become more efficient at an increasingly steady rate. We are not only serving our esteemed customers but the markets they function in as well.

I invite you to become a part of the digital revolution seen within the financial industry. Join me and other industry luminaries at DocuSign MOMENTUM 2014, where you will be able to learn more about the way financial institutions are shifting in today’s world. I also encourage you to tap into the top 5 blogs and top 10 twitter handles that are sparking conversations with the Banking and Credit Union field.

Top 5 Blogs:

Business Insider
Abnormal Returns
Pragmatic Capitalism
Reuters

The Big Picture

Top 10 Twitter Handles:

@sebastiengaly
@kitjuckes
@Pawelmorski
@interfluidity
@BondVigilantes
@Lavorgnanomics
@TFMkts
@John_Hempton
@Davidein
@pkedrosky

If you haven’t signed up for DocuSign MOMENTUM 2014, there’s still time! Hurry and secure you’re spot by registering here!

We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!

 

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