Quandis Inc. has announced that it has made significant enhancements to its automated searches of PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records), the United States Courts bankruptcy locater system. “The enhancements we made to our PACER bankruptcy locater solution further reduce the need to manually search regional courts,” said Greg Kent, vice president of data services at Quandis. “We’ve added a real-time docket pull as a search add-on. Once a search is initiated, the full docket is efficiently returned complete with an XML dataset and direct hyperlinks to case information.”
The enhanced solution eliminates the need to add staff, saves huge amounts time, lowers costs, reduces errors, boosts employee productivity and returns court documents in a standardized, organized fashion to ensure data integrity. Moreover, current information is received in real-time from PACER to determine if a borrower has sought protection under federal bankruptcy laws, thus enabling organizations to compliantly initiate foreclosure proceedings. A constant automatic search of full docket bankruptcies on a regional court level returns all pending cases.
Quandis’ PACER case locator service is used by servicers, lenders, default attorneys and outsourced third parties. The solution can be utilized as a standalone or as integrated with case management systems (CMSs), mortgage servicing applications and legacy systems.
Key enhancements include:
►Ability to pull a full docket and case summary containing all relevant court information
►Real-time searches of all regional court districts
►Grouping of court documents and images to better organize and collate information
►Streamlined integration capability to attorney case management systems and other applications
►Configurable search options which restrict unnecessary Pacer searches thus reducing costs