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