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Online Feature Articles & White Papers

Why Use Social Media?, a White Paper, courtesy of RamQuest (2009)

Data Management Best Practices, a White Paper, courtesy of the MBA Residential Technology Steering Committee (August 2008)

Increasing Profitability: Why Increasing Revenue Is Not The Only Answer, a White Paper & Case Study, courtesy of RamQuest Software, Inc. (October 2006)

Successful Implementations, a White Paper & Case Study, courtesy of RamQuest Software, Inc. (October 2006)

How To Choose The Right Wireless Technology For Business Travel, courtesy of ITSPA, by Russell Morgan, ITSPA President (December 2005)

How To Back-up Your Data, courtesy of ITSPA, by Russell Morgan, ITSPA President (December 2005)

Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act, by Carmen Bramante
Published by the Property Records Industry Association (PRIA), Spring 2005

Privacy and Public Land Records: Making Practical Policy, Published by the Property Records Industry Association (PRIA), November 2003

Technology Articles from the Title News Archives

Published in Title News during 2007:

The 8 Deadly Sins of Implementing Technology, by Mark McElroy

Published in Title News during 2006:

Tired of Those Recording Rejections? You Can be Part of the Solution! by Ardis Schmitt
Transaction Management Offers a Competitive Advantage, by Joyce Weiland
Serving Today’s E-Consumers, by David W. Moore
The Real McCoy: Document Authentication in the Paperless Transaction, by John L. Jones
Is The Door To Public Records Slowly Closing?, by James P. Sibley
Transforming Into a Bundled Services Provider, by Dwayne Waite

Published in Title News during 2005:

The Title Office of the 21st Century, by Philip R. Davis & Gavin Duffy
A New Era for Title Plants, by Neal Morris
The 24-hour Closing, by Mike Hathaway
Data Standards: Are We Speaking the Same Language?, by Curt Szymanski
Technology Will Not Make Abstracters Obsolete, by William Welge
Electronic Payments Come of Age: Check 21, by Joe Schoder
The Time Has Come for eTitle, by Darren G. Ross
What's SMART About eTitle Documents?, by Rachael Sokolowski
New Features on the ALTA® Web Site Make Your Job Easier, by Kelly Romeo
What Title Companies Should Know about GIS Mapping - - A Case Study, by Joe Hanousek

Published in Title News during 2004:

Re-engineering Your Business Process, by Mike Hathaway
Should You Burn Closing Documents to CD?, by Rick Bruemmer
The Promise of eNotes: Fact or Fairy Tale?, by Dan McLaughlin
Title Company Web Sites . . . Does Yours Pass the Copyright Test?, by John H. Rees
The Evolving Role of Title Companies in the eMortgage Landscape, by Kim Weaver
Integrating Accounting with Title Production, by James Norwood

Published in Title News during 2003:

The Ins and Outs of Signing Services, by James L. Gosdin
Transaction Management Grows Up, by Stephen Bedikian
Offshore Outsourcing: A Case Study, by John Wythe White
Faster Settlements Can Be Yours, by Carson A. Mullen
The Latest in Financial Management and Human Resources Technology, by Alison Kaspar Gareffa
Electronic Document Recording - - The Time Is Now, by Todd R. Hougaard

Be sure to visit Title News for current content and articles.


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