8-page report on the top six e‑signature use cases in banking. 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 digitization 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.
Highlights: Top e-signature use cases in banking
This paper offers guidance to banks of all sizes seeking to answer questions like:
- Where are banks focusing their digitization efforts?
- Which use cases are best suited to e-signature?
- Where to start, and what is the best way to expand?
- What are the common challenges in going digital?