MURRIETA, Calif. -- CUTEK is now offering Symitar credit unions a dual signature solution that allows two people to input information on an electronic document at two different times and locations.
The signature solution uses the SymForm solution to allow all fields within an electronic document to be used, including for electronic signatures, and then locked down.
The first two users are the $430 million Farm Bureau FCU of Goshen, Ind., and the $99 million Delaware State Police FCU of Georgetown, Del.
"This solution is about consistency and workflow," said Doug Petrosky, vice president of IT for CUTEK (www.cutek.net) in Murrieta, Calif.
"Right now credit unions simply do not capture that second signature electronically, breaking the electronic path. They are forced to print a copy and allow for physical signatures and then later scanning. What CUTEK is offering is to allow credit unions to continue with their current automated workflow seamlessly," Petrosky said.
CUTEK provides add-on software modules and consulting services to credit unions running the Symitar Episys core processing platform.