has partnered with DocMagic Inc.
to develop and host an online training program to teach attorneys, title agents notaries and other entities how to accomplish clear, compliant and completely paperless eClosing transactions.
Secure Insight noted that while lenders have made good progress installing digital mortgage point-of-sale solutions, it is just the initial step to implement a true eClosing solution. DocMagic developed Total eClose, a comprehensive solution that enables a 100 percent paperless eClosing process from start to finish using a single-source vendor.
“Getting over the adoption hump starts with ease of use and adequate training so users feel comfortable conducting business within the eMortgage ecosystem,” said Andrew Liput, President of Secure Insight. “We partnered with DocMagic because their Total eClose solution is one of the easiest and most intuitive in the industry, which is conducive to adoption for title agents, attorneys and notaries to understand and leverage.”
Secure Insight has a database of more than 70,000 closing professionals who can take advantage of this vital training program, which provides the educational foundation that paves the way for their business practices to include eMortgages and eClosings. Lenders are increasingly seeking well-qualified professionals to work with and this wide-scale training program is poised to significantly move the adoption needle.
“The new training program and centralized database will provide key information and knowledge for professionals about our industry-leading Total eClose technology and assist lenders in locating professionals who are qualified to leverage it for the benefit of consumers,” said Tim Anderson, Director of eServices at DocMagic. “Further, one of the primary issues it solves is that in a purchase market, lenders really don’t choose the settlement professionals and typically don’t have direct relationships with them either nor the dedicated resources to continually train them to effectively support full eClosings. The online training eMortgage Education Module helps alleviate this impediment.”