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CIC to Host Webinar Featuring Independent Research Firm: 'Enabling Straight Through Processing - Why the Insurance Industry Needs Electronic Signature Technology'
Date:1/18/2009

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Targeted to the Insurance Industry including US carriers, broker/dealers and agents seeking expert, practical advice this one hour webinar provides an overview of the challenges that the insurance industry is encountering in the transition to eBusiness, and how CIC's SignatureOne(R) Ceremony(R) solution shortens cycle time while reducing costs associated with paper, transport, and record storage. Topics covered include:

  • What's ahead for the US insurance industry in 2009
  • Four key factors are driving insurers to move to eBusiness
  • How electronic signatures play a key role in the insurance industry's eBusiness strategy

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About CIC

Communication Intelligence Corporation ("CIC") is a leading supplier of electronic signature solutions for business process automation in the Financial Industry and the recognized leader in biometric signature verification. CIC's products enable companies to achieve truly paperless work flow in their eBusiness processes by enabling them with "The Power to Sign Online(R)" with multiple signature technologies across virtually all applications in SaaS and fully deployed delivery models.

Industry leaders such as AEGON, AIG, Charles Schwab, Prudential, Nationwide (UK), Snap-on Credit and Wells Fargo chose CIC's products to meet their needs. CIC has deployments with over 400 channel partners and enterprises worldwide representing hundreds of thousands of users, with over 500 million electronic signatures captured, eliminating the need for over a billion pieces of paper. CIC sells directly to enterprises and through system integrators, chan
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