CaseAware | LPS and KMC Information Systems Form Strategic Alliance

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CaseAware | LPS and KMC Information Systems Form Strategic Alliance

CaseAware | LPS and KMC Information Systems Form Strategic Alliance

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Lender Processing Services, Inc. (NYSE: LPS), a leading provider of integrated technology, data and analytics to the mortgage and real estate industries, and KMC Information Systems (KMCIS), the leading provider of case management and integration technology to law firms and trustees, have formed a strategic alliance that will more fully integrate select LPS technologies with KMCIS’ CaseAware® platform and create an end-to-end foreclosure processing solution for loan servicers.

As part of its suite of industry solutions, LPS delivers technologies that support default servicing, including robust enterprise workflow solutions, title ordering applications, invoice management tools and other systems that help servicers, attorneys and trustees reduce expenses and increase operational efficiencies.

The CaseAware platform provides the law firms/trustees with a highly configurable case management system that allows them to rapidly adapt business processes (without programmer intervention) based on changes in regulations, client service level agreements (SLAs) or investor requirements.

The enhanced integration between LPS and CaseAware will offer improved process functionality for both the servicer and the law firm/trustee, and provide seamless connectivity from the servicer’s system into the more than 100 law firms/trustees utilizing CaseAware as their operating system of record.

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