Fidelity Partners With YourDox to Help Agents Implement Security Policy, Protect NPI
February 20, 2014
Pioneer Technology Group (PTG), developers of the YourDox secure title file system, has been named a preferred vendor for title insurance agents underwritten by the Fidelity National Title Group (FNTG) family of companies. Under the terms of the agreement, FNTG agents will qualify for preferred pricing for the imaging, data, delivery and marketing services provided by Pioneer’s YourDox system.
“We are extremely excited about our new preferred vendor relationship with FNTG and its agents,” said Peter Johnson, vice president of Pioneer. “As Best Practices are rapidly becoming title industry standards, FNTG and its family of underwriters have shown a firm commitment to providing common sense, cost-effective solutions to their agents and the customers they serve.”
YourDox provides file delivery, archiving and customer contact technology developed for the title insurance industry. Title agencies using YourDox eliminate the expense and exposure associated with providing stacks of paper closing documents, the company said in a release. Instead, the system securely delivers “paperless” documents to consumers at personal, encrypted consumer sites that are branded and linked to their title agency and real estate team. The technology also provides title agents with additional security and marketing benefits, including:
- Security and disaster recovery for agent’s closing files, replacing the exposure and expense of paper file storage with a secure, imaged file database.
- Comprehensive reporting and data mining, providing instant information on business by office, referral source, interest rate, lender, Zip Code and multiple additional data combinations.
- Long term customer retention, referrals, and lead generation as system automatically follows up with consumers, providing real estate information on behalf of the title agency and the real estate team.
- The ability to combine multiple closing systems on a single database, eliminating old “stand alone” systems and simplifying the transition from one closing software to another.