Quandis Inc., a Foothill Ranch, Calif.-based provider of default management technology solutions, has added new functionality to its existing bankruptcy search interface with St. Louis-based KMC Information Systems' (KMCIS) CaseAware application.
According to Quandis, CaseAware is a case management system (CMS) for default servicing law firms to manage, process and communicate with other parties in order to complete foreclose-related tasks and transactions.
Quandis developed an automated search service of PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records), the U.S. Courts bankruptcy locater system, which locates borrower bankruptcy information across the country.Â
"With Quandis' new enhancements, our attorney clients now have the ability to perform PACER and Docket searches for borrower bankruptcies on both national and district level – with the click of a button from within CaseAware," says Dan Cannon, chief operating officer at KMCIS. "It also conveniently collates information and saves money because Quandis only pulls Dockets as needed, thus avoiding incurring fees for repetitious transactions."
Quandis says information is obtained from PACER and returned back into CaseAware in real time to determine if a borrower has sought protection under federal bankruptcy laws – enabling organizations to compliantly initiate foreclosure proceedings. Quandis can automatically search and obtain full Dockets for bankruptcies on a regional court level, returning all pending cases into CaseAware, the company notes.