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QuestSoft Certifies Acceptance Of Seven E-signature Providers
LAGUNA HILLS, Calif. (11/12/13)--QuestSoft Corp., a provider of automated mortgage compliance software, has added electronic signature gateways from six providers, broadening the options for its customers using QuestSoft's Internal Revenue Service (IRS) 4506-T and Social Security Administration (SSA)-89 verification services.

In addition to its automated direct integration with Communication Intelligence Corp. (CIC) e-signature technology, QuestSoft can also accept 4506-T submissions with six other e-sign companies including: DocMagic, DocuPrep, DocuSign, eSignSystems, IDS and Silanis. Each company completed a certification process mandated by the U.S. government and enforced by QuestSoft as part of its security procedures.

"We discovered some of our clients were already using e-signature services from other providers, and we wanted to make sure they were accommodated," said Suzanne Mosher, national manager for 4506-T and SSN verifications for QuestSoft. "As our in-house partner, CIC helps assist companies to easily gather signatures for 4506-T services. Connecting with our clients' vendors can also help them with their workflow."

QuestSoft's verification software, Desktop VERIFY, assists credit unions, mortgage companies and banks with tracking and organizing their 4506-T requests with the IRS, and now with the inclusion of e-signatures, it can provide a paperless workflow.

Desktop VERIFY is part of QuestSoft's new Compliance VERIFY service, which offers the software free to QuestSoft's 4506-T clients along with a free software development kit to integrate its LOS and document vendors.


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