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E-Signatures in U.S. Insurance: Vendor Overview

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2002/09/30

Abstract

Significant, immediate growth is expected for e-signatures in insurance. Celent reviews seven leading e-signature vendors in anticipation of a flurry of activity.

"E-signatures have been on carriers’ wish lists for several years," says analyst Craig Weber, author of Celent's latest report, E-Signatures in U.S. Insurance: Vendor Overview. "But now the technology is maturing, and carriers are getting more comfortable with the regulatory issues. It looks like the benefits of e-signatures finally will be realized."

The report analyzes the offerings of seven leading e-signature vendors targeting the high-potential U.S. insurance market. The report also reviews current e-signature technologies and outlines likely next steps in its evolution.

Seven U.S. E-Signature Vendors

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MARQUEE CLIENTS

Communications Intelligence Corporation (CIC) Prudential, American General, National Health Insurance
Lexign ABN AMRO Bank, AEGON, Dime Savings Bank of New York, First National Bank, John Hancock
PureEdge Solutions Security & Exchange Commission, US Air Force, J.P. Morgan, FedEx, General Electric
Silanis Technology Allstate, Nationwide Insurance, Merrill Lynch
Topaz Systems Colonial (Unum), AFLAC, American Family, Cingular Wireless, Home Depot
Valyd, Inc. Ford Motor Credit
WonderNet Bank Hapoalim