As I wrote in my previous post Enabling Digital Transformation, Digital Transaction Management is often seen as the one-size-fits-all solution to the digitalization of business transactions and to the enablement of digital transformation.
We all know the story of clothing manufactures and the class action lawsuits that occurred by groups of consumer who came together on a united front to say One size does not fit me!. One-size-fits-most was the sequel that forced you to make a decision. » Read more about: One size fits all, one size fits most, or one size fits none? »
DTM – Digital Transformation Management – is one of today top three initiatives of CxOs in any industry. Their priority is on leveraging the changes and opportunities of digital technologies and their impact across society to implement a profound and accelerating transformation of business processes.
The Swedish Handelsbanken is one of the largest banks in Sweden. 436 branches all across the country take care of private and business clients. The bank puts a high focus on its customer satisfaction. In every day banking, this means that the client should always have the choice in which way he gets in touch with the bank: via phone, online or personally in a branch. In order to get rid of paper-bound processes, Handelsbanken decided to integrate electronic handwritten signatures as part of a fully digital work ow. » Read more about: Swedish Handelsbanken: efficiency and customer orientation by integrating electronic signatures from Namirial »
The acquisition of xyzmo/SIGNificant is a further step in Namirial’s growth strategy in the global Digital Transaction Management (DTM) market
Ansfelden, Austria – Senigallia, Italy, December 17th 2015 – Namirial SpA and SIGNificant Signature Solutions Gmbh announce that they have entered an agreement under which Namirial Gmbh, a fully owned subsidiary of Namirial SpA, will acquire all assets of xyzmo Software Gmbh and SIGNificant Signature Solutions Gmbh. » Read more about: Namirial to acquire all assets from xyzmo and significant »