"Handwritten Signatures: What Is The Relevance Today In An eWorld?"
MARCH 28, 2002
By Mr. Collin
Director, Strategic Accounts &
By Mr. Tony Wittry
Director, Business Development
Communication Intelligence Corporation
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Open to the
Public. No fee. 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
The Pub Talk begins at 6:00 p.m.
The world has
gone through the use of "a slap on the back, a shake of a hand,
signs or characters written on walls, leaves or parchment, names
written on paper," to the use of tokens, smart cards, magnetic stripe
cards, pins, and passwords. What happened to the good old-fashioned
signature, the most recognized and accepted symbol of intent? In
today's world, how can we make efficient use of the "signature?"
In what ways can we improve upon it? At this Pub, come hear about
advancements in handwritten signatures and biometrics. Mr. Bruce
will discuss how these advancements are being deployed today and
what they mean for you as an individual and consumer, including
your privacy and security.
Collin Bruce manages
Strategic Accounts for Communication Intelligence Corporation including
Charles Schwab, JP Morgan Chase, American General Life and Assurance,
and Prudential. Mr. Bruce has worked with Fortune 500 companies
for the past 15 years around systems management, CRM applications,
and now with CIC is working in the area of handwritten signatures
Wittry is Director, Business Development for Communication Intelligence
Corporation, developing and managing OEM channel relationships such
as FujitsuPC and Sony Ericsson. Prior to joining CIC, Mr. Wittry
was the Director of Business Development at Weave Innovations and
has held positions at Informix Software and Illustra Information
COMMUNICATION INTELLIGENCE CORPORATION
Communication Intelligence Corporation (CIC) (http://www.cic.com)
delivers solutions based on core technologies around handwritten
signatures and biometrics that are used in a multitude of business
scenarios. These business scenarios cover uses from process streamlining
to fraud prevention to biometric security across an open platform
and operating system architecture. For customer success stories,
refer to CIC's Web site.