More banking clients self-install RSign using RPost’s E-Sign & E-Security (Free) Work-from-Home Readiness Program to quickly, freely and easily e-sign Payroll Protection Program and other Loan applications. Industry organizations across sectors have joined RPost’s coalition to make their small business clients aware of these e-sign and e-security tools and how to access them free with RPost’s crisis software donation program (see who has joined).
All businesses in the United States are now applying for the CARES Act Payroll Protection Program (PPP) and other SBA loans. RPost’s E-Sign & E-Security (Free) Work-from-Home Readiness Program makes it free and easy for business executives to correspond back-and-forth with lenders and SBA Federal underwriters with their messages safely encrypted. In addition, they can e-sign PPP and other loan applications (click to see how easy, access RMail and RSign free).
More banks and credit unions start using RSign, RPost’s full featured e-signature platform, to support client loan applications.
“We’ve been using RSign mainly to sign loan agreements. We are using RMail for its email encryption, for compliance and to protect our member data,” states Mandy Wilcock, Chief Operating Officer of Manchester Credit Union. “RSign and RMail save us money as we don’t have to print, or post loan agreements, and it also speeds the whole process up, as we don’t have to wait for members to sign and post back.”
More banking platforms integrate RSign and RMail to make e-signatures, security, and compliance easy for their bank and credit union users.
John McGucken, Managing Director of Fern Software, has led the integration of RSign into Fern’s Abacus HUB Cloud platform for e-signing loan agreements, payroll deduction forms and account application forms. Fern is a global banking and credit union cloud platform with offices in Europe, the Americas and Asia.
Other banking platforms have also integrated RSign, including Kesho, and RSign and RMail can be integrated into Saleforce.com with a few clicks, making e-sign inside CRM systems affordable for RPost banking and credit union customers in the United States, Canada, Latin America, and Europe.