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Quandis Launches New Default Management Platform

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Feb 20, 2015

Quandis Inc. has announced the launch of Quandis Loan Servicing (QLS), an end-to-end default management platform that automates and compliantly manages the default process from start to finish. QLS is offered as an all-in-one system and also as modules so various components can be leveraged by servicers based on individual needs.

QLS is a completely browser-based solution that is delivered on a software-as-a-service (SaaS) basis for servicers of all types and sizes. Core components of QLS include: A suite of robust default servicing modules; custom configurable workflows, document management and business rules all packaged within a business user change management system; and key vendor data services are available such as title, bankruptcy, and SCRA services.

“The default servicing systems that are currently available in the mortgage industry are antiquated and fall short of what servicers truly need to operate efficiently, nimbly and compliantly in today’s fast-moving, challenging, regulatory intensive business environment,” said Scott Stoddard, CEO of Quandis. “In order to effectively handle the complexities and many nuances in a very fluid marketplace, servicers need extremely configurable, flexible, agile technology. QLS’ contemporary and highly configurable design decidedly trumps anything on the market.”

The QLS end-to-end default management platform has a service-oriented architecture (SOA) design that consists of modular applications and piecemeal services to choose from, which can easily be turned on or off. This allows organizations to utilize Quandis to automate select parts of their default processes, and use additional vendors and/or in-house technologies for other areas.  

At the core of QLS is Quandis Business Objects (QBO), which provides non-technical business people with a user friendly Web browser interface that puts them completely in charge of workflow, business rules, document and contact management, and configurations without needing the assistance of IT.  As a result, business analysts are able to create and control workflows themselves, drive internal processes and solution development, quickly respond and adapt to market conditions, implement new compliance and state-based rules, and much more. 

“One of the biggest advantages that QLS offers is the ability for business analysts to easily create, deploy and manage configurations and business rules,” said Eric Patrick, CTO at Quandis. “QLS was completely built with the business user in mind to empower them with an intuitive web browser interface that allows them to manage and make adjustments to critical areas within the lifecycle of defaults, and have real-time visibility and loan pipeline status.”

Key components of QLS include:

Default servicing modules: Loss mitigation, collections, short sales, loan modifications, deeds in lieu, foreclosure, bankruptcy (including POC and MFR), evictions and REO.

Data vendor integration: Title, Pub and Post, SCRA, Pacer and EFN and Credit.

Enterprise modules: Document imaging and production, workflow, business rules, contact management, messaging, work queuing and load balancing, analytics and reporting.

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