eDOC Innovations, a leading e-commerce Credit Union Service Organization (CUSO) based in Vermont, continues to penetrate the market with its e-sign solution eDOCSignature®. Introduced in 2016 to a handful of credit union early adopters, eDOCSignature is experiencing steady growth in the credit union space thanks to the addition of key core processing systems as integration partners. eDOC added over 300 credit union users by the end of 2019. Designed for credit unions to reach mobile members in-branch or remotely, eDOCSignature provides state-of-the-art automation that empowers credit unions and drives value back to the members by meeting them wherever they are at any time. eDOCSignature can be deployed as a standalone solution or integrated with one of eDOC’s several core processing partners.
Tim Wright, AVP of Sales at eDOC, recalls working with the first credit unions using the software: “We are very grateful for our core group of credit unions that were willing to work with eDOC and eDOCSignature when it first came to market. They are the reason why we have experienced such high growth in the past four years. Their input and feedback, and the feedback of those that have come on after them, continues to add value to our solutions,” noted Tim. “We have come a long way since the first version of the software, and I am looking forward to continued growth in the years to come.”
“One of the key reasons our growth has been so strong the past few years has to do with our integration partners embracing our strategic initiatives,” commented Mark Fierro, CEO of eDOC Innovations. “We are excited about our shared initiatives that provide benefits to both our partners and the whole credit union industry. I also want to recognize the hard work that the eDOC developers put into these endeavors. They are truly a collaborative bunch, and their effort to build and maintain successful integrations that our partners need has been critical. Our development team and partnerships will be key to perpetuating the success of eDOCSignature.”