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Specialized Business Software Upgrades Docunym for Servicers

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Dec 13, 2012

Specialized Business Software has upgraded its Web-based Docunym enterprise document management solution with additional workflow management capabilities for mortgage servicing companies. The new enhancements enable users to log into a digital dashboard and simultaneously view multiple documents such as insurance and appraisals in electronic job folders. The technology automatically links related documents together and eliminates the traditional requirement of users having to manually search for documents. A new custom reporting feature allows users to create detailed reports on pending projects and save report criteria for future use. This 2.0 release of Docunym also includes many other enhancements to scalability and usability. “Our Docunym solution provides mortgage lenders with a tool to go paperless and more effectively manage the way documents and information are used by their employees,” said Steve Wiser, president and founder of Specialized Business Software. “This increases the speed and efficiency in which tasks are completed.” About Specialized Business Software Since 1999, Cleveland-based Specialized Business Software has developed custom technology solutions for insurance, mortgage and financial services companies to enable them to improve business processes, operate more efficiently and increase profitability. SBS’ custom technology solutions automate routine tasks on behalf of the user, eliminating the need for spreadsheets and manual processes. For more information, please visit www.specializedbusinesssoftware.com. For more information on Docunym, please visit www.docunym.com.
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