BECU Chooses DocuSign for Leaner, Greener
Washington State Financial Institution Increases Member Satisfaction with DocuSign Electronic Signature
February 02, 2010 08:00 AM Eastern Time
SEATTLE--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--DocuSign®, the leading provider of on-demand electronic signature
solutions, today announced an agreement with BECU, Washington State’s largest credit union, to deploy
DocuSign’s e-signature service within the BECU consumer lending workflow. BECU, with assets of more than $8.5
billion, selected DocuSign to replace the time-consuming and costly paper-based loan signing process. The amount
of the agreement was not disclosed.
BECU is the largest not-for-profit financial institution in Washington State with more than 620,000 members and
more than 45 financial centers. This member-owned financial institution is dedicated to seeking ways to offer
members the best value and service in financial products, while also further enhancing the credit union’s
environmentally-friendly paperless initiatives. As a result, BECU chose DocuSign to deploy a faster, less costly and
greener method to sign loan documents.
“At BECU, we put our members first by helping hard working people achieve their goals through competitive
financial products and services,” said Aaron Bresko, vice president of lending at BECU. “DocuSign’s e-signature
service will help streamline and accelerate our loan signing process, and we can pass the cost- and time-savings onto
DocuSign will offer BECU members anywhere, anytime convenience to safely and securely sign loan documents
online. Using a laptop or mobile device with Internet access, BECU members can electronically sign and return loan
documents in minutes—thereby significantly reducing the time, environmental impact and cost of traditional paper-
based loan processing. The DocuSign service will provide BECU members additional value and will complement the
high quality of service members have come to expect.