Partnership aims to spread e-signaturesFidelity teams with VREO
November 13, 2006
Fidelity National Real Estate Solutions, a division of Fidelity National Information Services, and real estate technology company VREO have teamed up in an effort to spread adoption of electronic signatures by real estate brokers and agents.
The companies will bundle VREO's Real Estate Dashboard e-signature software for Tablet PCs with Fidelity's TransactionPoint transaction and document management platform, the companies announced today.
"Electronic signatures are the last piece of the paperless real estate puzzle," said Walt Clark, senior vice president of product management for FNRES. "Thousands of TransactionPoint users are already managing transactions online and we are excited that we are now able to deliver them an industry leading solution for signing as well." "Together these products represent a paerless solution that starts with the signature and extends through the entire transaction process," said Brian Boero, VREO's chief executive.
Real Estate Dashboard software lets real estate professionals and their clients electronically sign documents as easily as one signs for an overnight package or credit card purchase. TransactionPoint is a Web-based platform for managing all aspects of the real estate transaction process. Documents are easily moved between the two products, the companies said.
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