ESRA Digital 2021 Education Series
The Education Series will provide insight and practical guidance on the business, technology, and legal implementation issues across a wide spectrum of applications. These issues are of critical importance even more during this time of social distancing, remote work, and contactless consumer engagement.
Registration Costs: Free
Over the past two decades, the mortgage lending industry has experienced two waves of digitization:
- Lenders began by digitizing front-end processes including loan application and underwriting.
- The second wave of digitization, mortgage closing, was accelerated by COVID-19 as lenders moved to enable remote and contactless mortgage settlement and closing operations.
Today, lenders increasingly realize the need for a third wave of digitization: complete lending compliance. Increased automation and intelligence in regulatory compliance operations enables full value realization from digital lending technology while mitigating ongoing compliance risks. Lending compliance technology is an emerging, competitive differentiator in an increasingly complex and regulated mortgage lending landscape.
This session will discuss the existing and evolving regulatory, business and the enabling technology.
Consumers and businesses are transacting digitally at an increasing pace. To stay competitive, companies are constantly striving to digitally transform every aspect of their business. This requires careful planning to ensure regulatory compliance, smooth integrations with existing systems, and a positive customer experience. Speakers will review 2021-enacted federal and state laws and regulatory activities, fresh judicial precedents and other important insights, trends and considerations you need to know when developing, implementing and offering your digital products and services in US and globally.
Over the past year and a half digital services have reached new heights. Telemedicine is now on a path to being mainstream, business transactions, court hearings, schooling, job interviews, and more all moved quickly to create accommodations to continue operations in an online world. It is unclear how much of this will remain after the pandemic, but it is clear that digital services are helping to create a more accessible future. Whether you are living with a disability or live in a rural area without public transportation, digital services are a key to making life’s most essential needs more accessible. Join us for a discussion on the future of digital services and what that means for accessibility.
This session will examine the future of digital ink technologies and how this can be used to deliver the next generation of document management solutions incorporating artificial intelligence, extended reality, blockchain, self-sovereign ID and digital copyright management. Wacom will demonstrate how smart ink technologies can address current operational gaps in the finance, healthcare and education industries.
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