Digital signatures are a legally binding way to affirm your agreement to PDF documents. Agents and carriers alike use them to enhance communications and streamline transaction processing.  If agents have been a bit slow on the uptake for adoption, however, it could be because the iPad wasn’t available to them—until now.

Silanis Technology, a provider of electronic signature process management solutions to the insurance industry, went on the record today touting the iPad as the key to agents’ mass adoption of electronic signatures—a move that Silanis says will significantly reduce application cycle times, not-in-good-order (NIGO) applications, and processing costs.

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