DocuTech, a provider of compliance services and documentation technology for the mortgage industry, and South Miami, Fla.-based Gallagher Financial Systems, Inc. said Wednesday that the companies have signed a contract to integrate DocuTech’s Web-based document solution, ConformX, with GFS’s NetOxygen LOS platform. GFS president Chris Anderson touted — what else? — disclosure management. Housing Wire’s recent look at technology in the origination space reported that disclosure management solutions were perhaps the hottest area for tech providers in the mortgage industry right now. “Our alliance with DocuTech will give our customers the ability to streamline the compliance process and quickly generate all the documents they need – from RESPA disclosures to closing documents – through their Web browser,” Anderson said. “ConformX also supports eMortgages, allowing our lenders to reduce overhead by reducing the amount of paper that has to be printed, filed, transported and stored.” Both companies touted DocuTech’s document compliance staff, which guarantees that all mortgage document packages generated by the platform are accurate and complete. “DocuTech is more than just technology for paper loan documents,” said Monte Larsen, DocuTech’s chief marketing officer. “ConformX gives NetOxygen users the benefit of our fully-staffed compliance department and a streamlined interface that works completely within the LOS.” For more information, visit http://www.gogallagher.com or http://www.docutechcorp.com.
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