ORLANDO, Fla. (5/18/10)--Integrated Media Management (IMM) launched the TotaleAtlas application for the new Apple iPad at the XP2 Education and Technology Forum in Orlando, Fla. IMM’s new application aims to give users a more portable way to complete, review and sign loan documents. The iPad, a tablet computer, offers users a full-size touch screen instead of a traditional keyboard. TotaleAtlas, a document preparation engine, automates the space between a financial institution’s core system and imaging application, and creates secure PDF documents with embedded signatures. Automating the process eliminates paper and manual processes, IMM said. “Credit union and community bank staff work with applicants to complete loan or account origination documents on a computer using TotaleAtlas, then print them out for the potential borrower to review,” said Nish Shah, IMM chief technology officer. “The iPad application ensures that it is a truly paperless process because the applicant can review the documents on the tablet, sign directly on the iPad and electronically complete the process.” IMM, based in Linden, N.J., also will allow financial institutions to send employees off-site to open accounts and complete applications or other documents, have them signed and then download them for archiving.