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Wacom Pen Tablets Installed in Citibank Korea for Electronic Document Processing

Published: Jul 14,2016

Wacom DTU-1141 implemented at Citibank Korea

Wacom Co., Ltd. announced today that 317 units of its DTU-1141 have been installed in branches of Citibank Korea Inc. for electronic document processing including digital signatures.

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Citibank Korea Inc. is now offering "Citi Remote Application Service", a paperless service in which customers can apply for a new account and card issuance before visiting a Citibank branch. Customers can fill out their application forms in advance via PC or smartphone and visit the nearest branch to sign the documents on Wacom's tablets.

Wacom's DTU-1141 , supplied to Citibank Korea , is a new pen tablet with a vivid 10.6" color LCD which supports multiple resolutions, up to full HD (1920x1080). Its premium-quality screen allows customers to clearly see documents and feel assured when signing on it.

The screen's hard-coated, anti-glare surface gives users pen-on-paper feel and the ability to operate in different lighting conditions. Also, state-of-the-art RSA/AES encryption is included to ensure transactions will be performed safely and securely. Thanks to its compact size, the DTU-1141 can be easily configured in various situations.

"CitiBank Korea's initiative toward paperless operation is epoch-making for the financial industry in Korea, and we are very excited that Wacom's solution was selected for the system, " said Shigeki Komiyama , Executive Vice President of Wacom Co., Ltd.

"By leveraging our decades of experience and expertise in paperless solutions, we aim to spread the movement of e-documentation across Asia ."

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