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Cogent Announces the Release of Version 3.0 of CogentQC.NET

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Feb 16, 2011

Cogent QC Systems, a developer of loan quality control and compliance solutions for the financial services industry, has announced the release of Version 3.0 of its CogentQC.NET platform, which includes ServicingQC.NET for quality control of servicing processes and ProductionQC.NET for quality control of loan originations. The new release includes: Enhanced audit findings feedback functionality; new enterprise level security features; additional controls over data elements displayed, user activity permitted, audit environment behavior and audit activity tracked. "We have been working closely with our clients over the past year to find ways to leverage the power and flexibility of the CogentQC.NET architecture," said James Robinson, president of Cogent QC Systems. "This has resulted in the enhancements you see in Version 3.0, as well as the extension of the Cogent solution beyond the mortgage world to QC and compliance testing of consumer loans and other financial products." Cogent’s CogentQC.NET systems utilize Microsoft's .NET Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Microsoft SQL Server to offer the most efficient, flexible and powerful QC and compliance solution available. For more information, www.cogentqc.com.
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