RevSpring’s Michael McDonnell will moderate a panel discussion, taking place July 21 at 10 a.m. at the ACA International Conference, on the growing importance of electronic signature solutions in the accounts receivables industry. Experts participating in the one hour discussion also include Jon Balon, RevSpring’s Director of Product and Customer Innovation; Michael Klutho, a respected industry attorney and Bonnie Finley, chief sales officer at EFT Networks.

Improving consumer engagement is one of our industry’s top priorities. Consumers no longer simply prefer convenience, they demand it. By ignoring these trends, you’re giving consumers an excuse to tune out your messaging and disengage.

Electronic signature solutions can make a difference. Data shows that eSignature services are increasingly being used by best-in-class companies. Streamlining the accounts receivable management process – while adhering to regulatory guidelines – heightens opportunities for payment and improves customer contact. With eSignature solutions, organizations leverage these processes while improving cash flow and reducing overall costs.

Topics covered during this session will include:

  1. Benefits and use cases for electronic signatures
  2. Demonstrations of the technology in action
  3. The legal aspects of implementing this technology

Attendees will leave the panel discussion with a more comprehensive understanding of the value of electronic signature solutions and how they can be leveraged in today’s regulatory environment.

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About RevSpring
RevSpring is a leading provider of revenue cycle technology services offering data analytics, multi-channel customer communications and payment solutions to the healthcare and financial services end markets. The company’s services enable customers to accelerate cash collections across the revenue cycle through an integrated, technology-driven and end-to-end service offering, all while ensuring regulatory compliance.  For more information visit their web site at



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