Seattle-based DocuSign said its electronic signature service is now in place at more than 200 credit unions.
The latest, the company said, is the $598 million Pacific Marine CU in San Diego, where the e-sign service has been integrated with a lending platform from MeridianLink to enable account openings and loan applications to be completed anytime or anywhere, including by the 73,000-member credit union’s overseas members.
The service has “dramatically improved the speed of our account set-up and signing process so customers can enjoy member benefits and get needed funds in minutes rather than weeks,” said Jennifer Topzand, director of marketing at Pacific Marine CU.
The credit union now plans to integrate DocuSign in additional areas, such as internal documents and other operational forms.
The company said about 10 million end users, growing at the rate of about 30,000 a day, have now used the DocuSign electronic signature solution.
DocuSign said other credit union users include 66 Federal, Advantage Plus Federal, Alliant, All Valley Federal, America First, Bellco, Darden Employees Federal, Eastman, Eli Lilly, El Paso Employees Federal, Idaho Central, McGraw-Hill Federal, Tulsa Teacher’s, University Federal and University of Illinois Employees.