Electronic signature adoption is growing among Canadian insurance companies, driven in large part by consumer's expectations for convenient, personalized and efficient service. While the benefits of straight through processing are obvious, questions often still arise regarding the legal requirements and implications of bringing processes online. This webcast will offer a uniquely Canadian look at e-signatures and will answer the MOST frequently asked questions on the topic:
- How do Canada's laws apply to e-signatures and records in insurance?
- How can we best meet the legal requirements while ensuring an easy-to-use e-sign experience?
Daniel Fabiano, author of the 2013 CSIO report, Electronic Signature and Electronic Delivery of Insurance Documentation, will explain the legal requirements applicable to e-signatures, e-records and e-delivery in the insurance industry. He will also provide a legal framework for the design and implementation of a compliant e-sign process.
Building on two decades of experience within financial services, Silanis co-founder and e-signature pioneer Michael Laurie will share real-world implementation insight. He will map out a typical e-signature workflow and identify best practices to ensure ease-of-use and adoption.
The webcast will close with a live demonstration of the end-user e-sign experience and a review of e-signature process evidence.
Fasken Martineau LLP
VP Product Strategy & Co-founder
Silanis is the world's leading electronic signature provider. Since the company was founded in 1992, our software has automated business transactions that require secure, compliant and enforceable e-signatures. Recognized as the enterprise market leader, we are responsible for processing more than 600 million e-signed transactions annually – more than any other e-signature vendor. These transactions represent billions of dollars worth of regulated business processes taking place 24/7 around the globe, from insurance applications and consumer loans to federal procurement contracts. Visit www.silanis.com for more information.