ResWare
Resware
Resware Resware Changes Everything

ResWareTM simply redefines what "total solution" really means. No other industry software solution offers so much in one, integrated .NET package. Workflow process automation with Action Lists, dynamic Transactional RoboticsTM, and e-mail & fax server integration; vendor & AfBA partner management and coordination; web-based transaction management; document management; title, escrow, and closing production; auditing, advanced trust & escrow accounting; self-administration; and an unsurpassed list of advanced paperless office features make ResWareTM
The New Real Estate Industry StandardTM

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Web-Based Transaction Management System (TMS)

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Sold as one, cohesive, and integrated software application, ResWareTM includes usage by Partners, subject to Master Services Agreement, to a configurable and brandable web-based Transaction Management System (TMS) interface. Using Partner Type Defaults, each and every Partner Type administered inside ResWare can be given a different “view” of a file through the portal. In essence, different buttons and tabs can be turned on or turned off based on the Partner Type (and even Partner Employee) logging on securely to your chosen branded web portal. Files uploaded to the TMS and data input into the TMS are immediately written to the SQL database and made available in analogous Tabs within the ResWareTM Winforms® Client Desktop Application, thus saving time, stress and money. Other features of the Web-Based Transaction Management System (TMS) include GFE Fee Estimation, Web-Based Ordering, the ability to make web-based HUD Change Requests, the ability for abstractors and searchers to enter search results via the WWW (including upload of search package results), and real-time access to Action ListTM updates, uploaded Documents and Templates, Curative statuses, and the like. With the power of the TMS, you can now truly run your operation effectively and efficiently amongst tens or even hundreds or thousands of partners separated by large geographic distances.