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BAI Retail Delivery Conference Softpro Presents Next Generation Signature Tablet
Date:11/9/2007

First Customer is Berliner Sparkasse in Germany - Large Interest of US

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LAS VEGAS, Nevada, November 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Signature Verification and Fraud Detection Detection Solution Specialist Softpro presents its Next Generation Signature Tablet at BAI Retail Delivery Conference next week in Las Vegas. The Signature experts will showcase their innovation in booth 1259 along with their newly released and highly innovative end-to-end electronic account opening application. Earlier this month they have announced the first organization worldwide that will introduce the next generation signature tablet, named SignPad, in their primary account opening process on a large scale - the Berliner Sparkasse.

The SignPad tablet allows customers of the Berliner Sparkasse to sign their banking documents and transactions both digitally and securely. The device was specifically developed for the digitizing of handwritten signatures in close co-operation with Wacom and Softpro. Beginning in December 2007, all 150 private client centers in the branches of the Sparkasse will be equipped with this new interface device. "Paperless signing" will become a reality when customers sign directly onto the display of the SignPad using Softpro's SignDoc electronic signing software. The Berliner Sparkasse expects to significantly save on the cost of paper handling and archiving.

The SignPad has a cordless, battery-free pen. The signature is captured on a non-reflective 5" TFT LCD. The device offers enough space to cater for longer signatures as well, like when some customers may sign with two surnames. The tablet display is designed to offer the same signing feeling as if writing on paper. In combination with Softpro's account opening software, customers are able to provide a complete paperless workflow for the storing of signatures and legally binding documents such as credit and loan contracts or account opening forms. Visitors of
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