IHMVCU Joins Ever-Growing List of Firms Opting for eSignatures and Workflow Management

By CIOReview | Wednesday, March 16, 2016

LINDEN, NJ: Lately it has been noticed that many an industry are tilting towards vendors who provide workflow management and eSignatures and eTransactions. This does not come as a surprise because the afore mentioned services, apart from providing a well organized structure to the enterprise also provides security and helps in delivering products and services at a higher rate with more accuracy. In this context, IMM, an eSignature company is now rendering its eTransaction automation services to IH Mississippi Valley Credit Union (IHMVCU).

The eTransaction automation deal that has signed between IMM and IHMVCU includes the former providing its eWorkflow technology and eSignature platform to the latter. The credit union elected to make the move after they decided to eliminate manual tasks involved in various documentation processes, increasing consistency and oversight; and creating a more convenient experience for its members.

“We’re approaching 100 plus workflows because they’re efficient. Our staff now has a single source for documents that are current and properly routed, and members can experience the convenience of reviewing, signing and sending documents from anywhere,” says Curtis Jourdan, Enterprise Applications Manager, IHMVCU.

In addition, IHMVCU also sought out IMM’s advisory courses to help staff members better evaluate its inventory of documents and collaborate with IMM to conveniently map custom workflows for any given process. IMM’s eWorkflow and eSignature solutions create inherent archive and audit history which helps internal audit and risk management.

 “IH Mississippi Valley is expanding the benefit of electronic documents and eSignatures by automating the processing and transfer of critical activities between hands,” says John Levy, EVP, IMM. “A rules-based workflow manages operational tasks and fosters efficiency, which translates into a far improved member experience.”