Stewart Acquires Remote Online Notarization Provider NotaryCam


Real estate services company Stewart Information Services Corp. has acquired remote online notarization provider NotaryCam for an undisclosed sum.

With the acquisition, Stewart advances its strategic vision of digitizing, securing and simplifying the title and closing process.

“Stewart and NotaryCam have been partners for years in the digital and e-closing space, leading innovation and change for real estate closings across the country,” says Fred Eppinger, CEO of Stewart, in a release. “Together, we will be able to offer customers a suite of new and enhanced customer-centric tools and solutions that will further enhance our secure notarization and e-closing processes.

“Coupled with our recent CertifID partnership, we are keenly focused on enhancing our customer service capabilities with exciting developments to come,” Eppinger adds.

Since its founding, NotaryCam has developed a reputation for delivering a secure and efficient notarization and e-closing experience for consumers around the world.

“NotaryCam has seen significant growth and adoption over the years, specifically with forward-thinking industry partners like Stewart Title, and today we take the next step in expanding our customer-centric culture to service our individual and enterprise-level customers, across all industries along with the real estate industry, by joining Fred and the Stewart team,” says Rick Triola, founder of NotaryCam.

“Since completing the first-ever purchase and sale mortgage transaction via remote online notarization in Virginia with Stewart, we have remained strong partners in leading change in the industry,” Triola adds. “Now with our pioneering and global leading technology and expertise, combined with Stewart’s financial strength, brand name and resources, we can become the premier, go-to provider of all things RON.”

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