WINDWARD and ResWare Are Ready and Waiting to Implement CFPB Changes

Written by on Wednesday May 22, 2013

Boulder, CO & Waunakee, WI – September 14, 2012 – WINDWARD and the ResWareTM team is taking an active part in the discussions surrounding CFPB’s proposed regulations.
Rebecca Lewis and Kathy Kling of Adeptive are participating in the Colorado Association of Certified Closers process of reviewing the 1,099 page document handed down by the CFPB.
Kathy is a member of the American Escrow Association (AEA), CFPB Ad Hoc Committee which is in situ of the Government Affairs Committee. She is also working with Art Davis who is a lobbyist for AEA.
Terri Hanson and Curt Szymanski, President of WINDWARD are receiving regular updates from ALTA. Curt Szymanski is also in communication with executives at ALTA. Terri is speaking with customers that are working with their state committees. Additionally, Terri Hanson is conferring with competitors to gauge their status.
All three Adeptive associates receive regular communication from CFPB as well and are a part of the “Know Before You Owe” voting board.
The latest news from the CFPB is that they are taking “more time for comments on proposed changes to the definition of the finance charge”. The new date is November 6, 2012. Other than that, the general message is that not much will happen until after the election.
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“We are preparing for the changes and want to make the transition for our customers as smooth as possible, states Bryan Buus. “We are doing everything we can to educate ourselves and stay in communication with the decision makers.”
Based in Wisconsin, WINDWARD has been the trusted and exclusive sales and marketing partner for ResWare for the last nine years. Strategically partnered with Adeptive, WINDWARD passionately markets and sells ResWare. WINDWARD’s experienced team also simultaneously integrates powerful end-user training; strategy, process reengineering, Transactional Robotics™ automation, and change management consulting, and successful ResWare project management guidance for guaranteeing the success of clients. Curt Szymanski, the President of Windward Consulting, LLC and the WINDWARD team are proud to be LEADING THE EFFICIENCY REVOLUTION™ in our ever-changing real estate, vendor management, title & escrow, REO, law, lending and related industries. Mr. Szymanski, as President of WINDWARD has utilized his extensive hands-on experience to significantly improve speed, throughput, accuracy, and customer satisfaction. WINDWARD’s services and functionality within ResWare have contributed to significantly reducing costs for an explosively growing list of satisfied and industry-leading ResWare clients.
About Adeptive
WINDWARD’s partner, based in Boulder, CO, Adeptive is a technology company that develops products that deliver efficiency, flexibility and scalability for the real estate title industry. Adeptive is known primarily in the title industry for its product ResWareTM, which is a process flow software package that can be scaled and customized for any size operation. Used by many of the industry’s leading companies, ResWareTM ensures that transactions are accurate and efficient and that employees are executing the same way every time, reducing missing information, lost productivity, and costly errors. Adeptive is the fastest growing company in the title and escrow software market, thanks to ResWare’s continued strong adoption by agents and underwriters across the country.
WINDWARD, the WINDWARD logo, Transactional Robotics, CHANGES EVERYTHING, Transactional Automation, Title Robotics and Leading the Efficiency Revolution are registered trademarks of WINDWARD CONSULTING | SOFTWARE, LLC, A Wisconsin Limited Liability Company. ResWare is a registered trademark of Adeptive Software Corporation.


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