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Mar 16, 2010, an international online real estate auction company of private realty group Weichert Realtors, has selected Docu Prep Inc. to provide their real estate and mortgage documents in conjunction with Docu Prep’s Entire Electronic Signature Solution (EESS). “The international exposure provided by our online bidding Web site, serves as a valuable instrument to traditional real estate, offering clients and customers new selling and purchasing options,” said Jim Enix, co-founder and president of “Docu Prep’s ability to place electronic signatures on dynamically generated documents allows us the flexibility to provide our customers and agents with compliant documents and electronic signatures for not only all 50 states and DC, but also Guam, Marianas, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau, Puerto Rico, and Virgin Islands.” “We are very excited about working with,” said Ed Wallace, chief integration officer for Docu Prep. “This is the next step in our evolution of EESS while providing an outlet for companies to use electronic signature anywhere in the world and on any type of document. Dynamically generated documents allow us to ensure the most up-to date compliant information no matter what industry or part of the world our customers are serving. We have the ability to change or adjust any document and not only guarantee the content and compliance, but also the electronic signatures and their placement.” “Docu Prep’s integration has been a very easy process,” commented Colleen Branco, co-founder and vice president of sales and operations of “Their technical and operational staff listened to what our vision was, developed a plan to complete the vision, and provided tools to make everything come together.” For more information, visit 
Mar 16, 2010
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