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DST Adds Custom Tasks to DispoSolutions REO Platform

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Nov 20, 2014

Default Servicing Technologies LLC (DST)creators of the DispoSolutions REO management platform and the ValuationSolutions enterprise collateral valuation management technology, has announced that users of the company's software solutions can now add custom tasks, adding an unparalleled level of flexibility to the tools.

"Now that the servicing industry is more experienced with short sale and REO workflows, they have developed their own internal processes for these departments," said Amy Bergseth, vice president of operations for DST. "They want software that will allow them to continue to use the workflows they have developed and perfected, but that can also track that work in order to maintain a compliant audit trail. Going outside of the software opens up the company to non-compliance risk, but servicers don't want to be shackled to the functionality built into a technology platform. Our new custom task feature solves these problems."

Building on the software's existing task customization features, the upgrade allows real estate-owned (REO) staff administrators to design and create tasks directly through their accounts. Users can build tasks section-by-section by adding fields such as headings, text boxes, photo upload, document upload, calendar widgets and more. Once added, setting additional options in each field can make custom tasks as simple or comprehensive as required for the client's workflow. When launched, custom tasks provide a powerful new tool for collecting data from agents, closing companies and other staff members within the workflow.

DST's Web-based software is compatible with all mortgage servicing platforms and can be easily integrated into other legacy systems as required. To receive a copy of the most recent release notes or to see a demo of the software, contact the company.

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