In case you haven’t been following the E-SIGN Modernization Act of 2020, which was introduced earlier this year, John Beauchamp has the skinny on where it sits (and what it changes).
In a follow-up to his previous article on eNotarization, John Beauchamp reveals what changes coronavirus has brought to the electronic document game, and if we can expect these changes to last beyond the pandemic.
In a follow-up to his lessons on going paperless, John Beauchamp covers why that last 10% of the process is so difficult to overcome, even when the technology is there and ready to use. Notarization may be the next domino to fall.
It seems like everyone is obsessed with going paperless these days. While this can be money and time saving, it’s best not to dive in headfirst with unrealistic expectations. John Beauchamp will help you figure out where to go paperless, and where to take it slow.
Thinking about adding interactive teller machines and kiosks to your credit union? Here are the things John Beauchamp wants you to know before going in.
What would happen at your credit union if you could suddenly no longer access your image vault? Would you shut everything down? Crawl under your desk? Or simply put into action the disaster recovery plan you’ve created and tested? One credit union found out in short order how valuable testing a plan can be when the real deal hits.