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Stewart Title announces LPS SoftPro upgrade for title insurance agencies

May 17, 2010

Stewart Title Guaranty Company, wholly-owned subsidiary of Stewart Information Services Corporation, has announced an integrated application for LPS SoftPro for Stewart's network of title insurance agencies. With the new integration of Stewart Agency Technology and SoftPro, a real estate closing and title insurance software, it's easier than ever for title agencies using SoftPro to do business with Stewart. "At Stewart we strive to provide our agencies with the products and services they need to improve their operations and make it easier for them to do business," said George Houghton, executive vice president, Agency Services Group for Stewart Title Guaranty Company. "If title agencies use SoftPro, they can now enjoy direct access to Stewart policies previously accessible only through STEPS, Stewart Title Electronic Policy System, allowing new levels of productivity when producing title policies. The Stewart Agency Technology enables SoftPro users to increase efficiency, automate various parts of workflow and better manage forms." "We have worked closely with Stewart to develop the STEPS for SoftPro integration designed specifically for Stewart agencies," said Joyce Weiland, president of LPS SoftPro. "We are constantly looking for new ways to help our customers become more efficient and streamline their internal processes. Stewart agencies using SoftPro have a unique opportunity to benefit from the many advantages that the STEPS technology has to offer. Not only is it bringing a valuable solution to their desktop, it's doing so without adding additional costs." Visit to download the application or watch a Flash video that details the benefits of the technology. For more information, visit
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