Mason Stevens has entered a new white label eSigning partnership with local tech company, Annature.
The company confirmed this week that it selected Annature to implement a white-labelled eSigning application for its national adviser network, which will replace the incumbent digital signing software and "extend the Mason Stevens brand experience from advisers to investment clients".
Mason Stevens is the latest to join a growing list of fintechs who have signed on for Annature's platform capabilities.
“Mason Stevens now has its own fully branded eSigning platform in operation. Using Microsoft Azure single sign-on technology, our development team has automated single sign-on approvals and easy onboarding to Annature," Annature founder and CEO, Amreeta Abbott, said.
"This helps streamline access rights and saves the IT team significant time considering its national network."
Meanwhile, Mason Stevens' head of distribution, Nick Mitchell, said the company is committed to deliver innovative technology to its adviser network with a key focus on "partnering for growth".
“Whether it is dealing with our adviser network, business partners or directly with investors who use our platform, the benefits of Annature’s solution to replace hardcopy documents has a meaningful positive impact,” Mr Mitchell said.
“This partnership provides an increased speed of execution and improves the overall user experience for advisers and their clients."
The new partnership comes after Count Financial also teamed with Annature for integrated eSigning and ID verification software solutions.
Head of licensee systems at Count Financial, Reg Gabila, said that its partnership with Annature would provide several client and adviser benefits, and said that they are “delighted to be introducing Annature’s platforms,” to bring efficiency to their members’ firms by removing manual requirements for signatures and ID verifications.
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