Items Tagged with 'Xerox'

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  • Will M&A change the mortgage tech business?

    I've been reading a fair amount lately about how merger and acquisition activity is about to heat up and how it will forever change the mortgage technology landscape. I agree with the first part, and I've already met with a number of executives who are actively seeking acquisition opportunities. I do not, however, believe that we're going to have only a few big conglomerates serving the industry in a few years.
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  • The Last Refuge of the Simple Competitor

    Selling technology is a tough business, as I pointed out in my most recent column for the print edition of HousingWire. It is difficult and expensive to develop good tools, can be very difficult to educate a market to the point of purchase and then requires additional work to ensure adoption. Overall, it’s very hard to effectively market new technologies, especially when you’re up against competent competitors. Lawsuits, in contrast, are relatively simple to initiate.
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  • Fortress Investment Names Former Fannie Chief as CEO

    Asset-based investment management company Fortress Investment Group [stock FIG][/stock], which manages private equity and hedge funds, appointed the former head of mortgage giant Fannie Mae [stock FNM][/stock], Daniel Mudd, as CEO. Mudd also served as CEO of GE Capital in Japan and held positions in financial services and management consulting at the World Bank, Ayers Whitmore and Co. and Xerox Corp.
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  • Xerox Adds e-Signatures to BlitzDocs

    The e-services revolution in mortgage origination marched onward Thursday, with Xerox Mortgage Services announcing that it had added e-signature capabilities to Xerox's [stock XRX][/stock] Web-based BlitzDocs Collaboration Suite, a mortgage loan document management platform.
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  • DocuTech, Gallagher Partner on eDocs Management

    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.
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  • Xerox Bolsters BlitzDocs, Touts New Features

    Xerox Corp. said Monday that it had introduced a host of new features tied to its BlitzDocs Collaboration Suite, including a new security technology and improved user functionality. Xerox acquired the BlitzDocs platform late last year, when it bought Advectis, Inc.; BlitzDocs is an eDoc platform for mortgage originators. The newest change to the BlitzDocs platform is the introduction of Xerox's proprietary Dataglyphs technology, a security feature that embeds computer-readable data to the paper.
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  • DocuTech: live from a conference, somewhere

    Document and compliance service provider DocuTech put out a press statement today, and the message was clear: we're at a trade show! It's an age old tradition to blow some money on a press statement when exhibiting, and DocuTech didn't disappoint. (The company also said it's added 14 new clients in the past quarter, so not all tech firms are doing poorly.)
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  • Reunion Mortgage Originates eMortgages with DocuTech

    (October 9, 2007) -- DocuTech Corp., a provider of compliance services and documentation technology for the mortgage industry, announced that Milpitas, Calif.-based Reunion Mortgage implemented DocuTech's ConformX® with SMART Docs, a Web-based interface for closing paperless mortgages.
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