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Docutech Adds 60-Plus Clients in 2015
Feb 22, 2016
Docutech added more more than 60 new clients and increased its number of employees by 38 percent in 2015

Docutech added more more than 60 new clients and increased its number of employees by 38 percent in 2015. The company’s growth is driven by financial institutions seeking document technology that is simple to use, well-positioned for the TILA-RESPA integrated disclosure rule implementation, and fully compliant with all federal, state and investor requirements.

“For more than two decades, Docutech has remained dedicated to making sound investments that will not only better support the work we do internally, but also simplify day-to-day operations for each of the clients we work with,” said Ty Jenkins, founder and CEO of Docutech. “As we look back at 2015, the changes Docutech experienced have helped boost sales and provide our clients with tighter integrations, which will play a key role in the future success of Docutech and our clients moving into 2016 and beyond.”

Docutech’s suite of products and services enable financial institutions to improve the overall loan experience with dynamically generated customized packages that reduce operational costs, while also improving productivity and ensuring accuracy. Docutech also fully supports digital signatures, enabling clients to keep up with consumer demand for the completion of transactions electronically.

To support its growth, Docutech has also expanded its workforce significantly. Major areas of focus include sales, client support, integration and implementation specialists dedicated to building the partnerships between Docutech and major loan database providers.

“As we move into 2016 and begin looking at the road ahead, we have begun making new additions to our talented Docutech family in order to support the influx of new business and upcoming changes within the industry,” said Chip Brown, chief operating officer for Docutech. “In addition, we’ve introduced new changes to Docutech’s overall aesthetic in order to maintain a professional persona within today’s competitive mortgage space.”

As part of the rebranding process, Docutech also debuted a new look and feel to its Web site, logo and overall brand positioning, highlighted by the company’s new URL at

Feb 22, 2016
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