Canadian insurers big and small including RBC, Co-Operators and Assumption Life are prioritizing customer centric initiatives and implementing transformations needed to achieve end-to-end digital experiences. Has your carrier achieved this level of digital maturity?
Recent research by The Insurance & Investment Journal of Canada shows that insurers that do not already have electronic signature capabilities are looking to catch up to the electronic application trend taking off in the industry.
In this “lunch-hour” webinar, hosted by Insurance-Canada.ca, OneSpan (formerly eSignLive) will share the range of e-signature options available and a best practice overview for carriers looking to adopt or expand esignatures to other lines of business.
- The stages of digital maturity among insurance carriers.
- The role of e-signature in completing the paperless digital process.
- Examples of esignature use at each level (including ROI).
Scroll down for information about the speakers, or learn more about OneSpan.
Mary Ellen Power
Mary Ellen Power is OneSpan’s Vice President of Marketing; she has more than 25 years of experience in marketing for technology companies. She is responsible for branding, lead generation, product and partner marketing, and has led the successful re-branding of OneSpan’s e-signature platform.
With more than 15 years in the e-signature market, Mary Ellen has become a subject matter expert, focusing on business value justification, customer adoption, and success, and has helped guide the company to recognition as a top leader in these areas.
Regional Sales Manager,
Fred brings over 25 years of experience in providing sales support for software solutions.
Fred works with some of OneSpan Sign’s largest clients in the financial services, insurance & credit union space and acts as an advocate and liaison between OneSpan Sign and these accounts, to assure their continued success. Having served as a champion for providing leadership to clients and as a Pre-sales Manager throughout his career, Fred’s passion for ensuring an exceptional customer experience are the hallmark of his work.
Doug Grant has been helping the insurance industry in Canada – individual companies and cross-industry groups in both P&C and Life – make effective use of technology for many years.
Doug is a founding partner of Insurance-Canada.ca, a leading Canadian Insurance resource centre for consumers and insurance professionals alike. He helps organize and host Insurance-Canada.ca's annual conference and other industry events.