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DST Announces Upgrades for Valuation and REO Disposition

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jul 13, 2015
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Default Servicing Technologies LLC, creators of the DispoSolutions REO management platform and the ValuationSolutions enterprise collateral valuation management technology, has announced that the firm's software development team has released updates for both platforms that are available to users now. DST updates its software on a schedule and the changes made in the new release reflect change requests from current users and some additional functionality. For DispoSolutions, the release adds new functionality to manipulate notes in custom tasks, allowing users more control over their individual workflows. Both changes are expected to smooth workflows for servicers and asset management firms. Other new features add functionality for vendor management, specifically to help customers better work with REO sales agents.

"As an agile software developer, we have a responsibility to our clients to continue to update and refine our software on a regular basis," said Amy Bergseth, Vice President of Operations for Default Servicing Technologies. "In an industry that is changing rapidly, our programmers, project managers and QA personnel are working on something new for our customers all the time. Our development team is responding directly to the stated needs of our users and so we expect these changes to be well received."

DST's Web-based software is compatible with all mortgage servicing platforms and can be easily integrated into other legacy systems as required.

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