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RamQuest Announces MortgageDocs Integration

December 13, 2012

RamQuest Inc., a software provider to the title insurance industry, announced the availability of its interface with MortgageDocs, a nationwide notary management company.

This integration enables title companies using RamQuest’s Total Solution to electronically order notary and attorney services for closings directly within their title production solution. This connection is made possible through RamQuest’s Closing Market, an application to application interface that electronically connects business partners allowing each participant to work from within their own software.

“We are pleased to add MortgageDocs notary and signing services to our Closing Market network of providers. The services available on Closing Market increase efficiency and effectiveness and offer competitive advantages for Closing Market-enabled title companies,” said Brooks Yeager, Director of Internet Services for RamQuest. With a database of more than 10,000 mobile notaries and attorneys across the United States, MortgageDocs has the breadth of network reach that enables them to service any notary or document signing need. The company focuses on technology inspired customer service and is committed to building relationships.

“Our fully vetted, professional notary network coupled with our powerful, proprietary solution ensures our clients that they will be taken care of and that we are the best partners to serve their business needs,” commented MortgageDocs CEO Burt Campbell.



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