Quandis and Adeptive Software reached a partnership to streamline borrower bankruptcy searches through the government’s Public Access to Court Electronic Records service on the Internet.
PACER is an electronic public access service that allows users to obtain case and docket information from federal appellate, district and bankruptcy courts. PACER currently hosts 500 million case file documents, which are available immediately after they have been electronically filed.
Quandis, based in Foothill Ranch, Calif., developed a direct, automated search of PACER’s bankruptcy case locator. By integrating their interface with Adeptive Software, which is known for developing ResWare, users no longer have to manually run independent searches on the government’s PACER website for borrowers that are in, or have had a bankruptcy. Therefore, this saves ResWare consumers time, prevents missed information and eliminates data entry errors for processing.
“By utilizing our direct interface to PACER, ResWare users are able to circumvent a manual search for bankruptcies on the PACER website, 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.”
Adeptive Software’s integration with Quandis’ interface to PACER can be used by servicers, default law firms, title and escrow companies, as well as third-party outsourcing agents. Transactions such as bankruptcies, foreclosures, REOs, short sales, skip traces and other default related actions can be performed using the new integration.
The ResWare platform is a title production and process flow software solution that automates the workflows for title companies to efficiently and accurately complete transactions throughout the entire title and escrow process.
“Automating the search of the PACER website via Quandis’ interface advances the process significantly. ResWare users will now be able to focus on the results of the search rather than the steps involved in obtaining those results,” said Bryan Buus, president of Boulder, Colo.-based Adeptive Software.