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Doc-Rite Software – Document Processing for the Mortgage Industry

26 Apr, 2005

Doc-Rite Software – Document Processing for the Mortgage Industry

Doc-Rite provides a universal program integrating continually updated county fees and requirements data; state-of-the-art electronic document processing technology, including integration to imaging/scanning databases and to embedded signatures and notarization; and e-recording capability to counties, all in one program. Doc-Rite software continuously updates county recorder fees and requirements and allows for totally paperless management of documents.

The program easily integrates to imaging/scanning databases and systems. Once documents are scanned into the system, Doc-Rite allows them to be accessed and manipulated as needed to process the document. Bar coding is used for speedy and accurate validation and confirmation of recorded documents. The software is due to be released for delivery in the third quarter of 2005.

"We developed Doc-Rite software specifically to make the processing of lien releases and assignments easier, faster and more accurate, and ultimately help processors significantly reduce their rejection rate," says Carrie McMahon, Executive Director of Platinum Software Solutions. "There is a lot of technology available, but up until now no one has put it all together into one package so that loan processors can use it as a single-source integrated system. Doc-Rite does that, but goes one step further with its versatility and ease of use. This software is designed so anyone can simply and easily use it, from the small company who has never had software before, to the largest banks and mortgage companies."

For more information call 818-998-8688 or email carrie@platinumsoftwaresolutions.net.

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