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CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program eBooks released

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MADISON, Wis. (7/12/12)--The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) has released CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program (VAP) modules in an eBook format.

The modules, designed for use on iPads, Nooks, computers and other devices, are the first credit union specific training modules available as eBooks.

"With our new eBook format, credit union volunteers will have more convenient options to get the information and the training they need, whether they are in the office, at home, or on the road, " said Kevin Smith, CUNA director of volunteer education.

By completing VAP modules and the corresponding exams, credit union volunteers can earn recognition, awards and pins.

These VAP titles are available as eBooks:

  • V02--Financial Reports for Volunteers, fifth edition;
  • V03--Managing Risk, sixth edition;
  • V305--The Basics of Risk Assessment for Volunteers;
  • V409--Financial Management, third edition;
  • V415--Asset-Liability Management for Directors, second edition; and
  • V428--Understanding the Audit Report.
CUNA VAP offers credit union volunteers pertinent credit union information and training in a flexible format. It features more than 40 quick courses on topics such as credit union fundamentals, board of directors and supervisory committee fundamentals, leadership, marketing, planning and regulatory compliance.

Document Exchange aids Web contracts e-signatures

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LINDEN, N.J. (7/12/12)--Integrated Media Management (IMM), a document output management and automation technology provider, has introduced a solution to provide financial institutions with Web contracting and electronic signatures in the cloud.

Document Exchange is the next generation of IMM's document delivery and electronic signature capture solution. It extends greater efficiencies, cost savings and user convenience through an intuitive, hosted experience, the company said. Financial institutions receive a 100% Web-based product that does not require scanning software, signature pads or digital certificates traditionally needed for electronic signing events.

Browser- and device-independent, Document Exchange performs identify verification, intent to sign and document integrity validation to produce legally enforceable electronic signature records, said IMM.

The new offering is powered by Adobe EchoSign, an electronic signature service that supports six million users worldwide.