WEBINAR *201*: Electronic Signatures - A Game Changer

In this session you will learn how utilizing Electronic Signatures on documents such as Contracts and Agreements, internal workflow, legal documents and even notorization of documents is a game changer.


Date & Time: Tuesday, June 11, 2019 | 1PM - 2PM EST

Duration: 45-60 minutes

Price: FREE for Members | $19.00 for Non-Members

Themes: Information Technology | Electronic Records

Credits: 1 LGARA Certificate Credit (NAGARA)
(NOTE: ICRM no longer provides pre-approval for events less than one hour in length; however, you may still petition ICRM to receive credit for attending this webinar, which is usually approved in most instances)

 LGARA Core Competency Areas: Electronic Records & Information Management | Emerging Technologies

Abstract/Overview: In this session you will learn how utilizing Electronic Signatures on documents such as Contracts and Agreements, internal workflow, legal documents and even notorization of documents is a game changer.  The utilization of Electronic Signatures can help in bringing the organization to a paperless state.  In this session you will learn how technology and the legal landscape has moved to bring Electronic Signatures into the mainstream.  Examples will be shown on how the implementation of an Electronic Signature process can improve workflow, speed of document completion and aide in the Records Management Process.

Speaker:


 

   Deborah Voronkov
   Vice President, Records Manager, Legal Solutions and Data
   JP Morgan Chase


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When
6/11/2019 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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