The government’s Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) system is now available through a new interface rolled out by default tech firm Quandis Inc. and Adeptive Software, which developed ResWare.

The new interface allows ResWare users to seamlessly search for and process sensitive bankruptcy data and pull it into ResWare for processing.

“By utilizing our direct interface to PACER, ResWare users are able to circumvent a manual search for bankruptcies on the PACER Web site, returning accurate results in a seamless , automated fashion back into ResWare,” said Scott Stoddard, CEO of Quandis. “Put simply, this integration prevents errors that accompany manual data entry.”

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