ClosingCorp Introduces SmartEngine

first_img in Featured, Headlines, News Tagged with: Bob Jennings SaaS SmartEngine ClosingCorp Introduces SmartEngine The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago ClosingCorp, a provider of residential real estate closing cost data and technology for the mortgage and real estate services industries, announced the release of SmartEngine, an advanced rate management solution that enables title organizations to collect and manage their specific rate and fee data. With this solution, title companies can centralize data processing and connect their rate and fee data to any third-party system, including title production systems, websites and ClosingCorp’s SmartFees, and SmartCalc products to reliably exchange information to produce estimates.“SmartEngine provides title companies and lenders of all sizes a streamlined solution that can optimize the closing cost quoting process and effectively leverage rate/fee,” said Bob Jennings, CEO of ClosingCorp.SmartEngine enables companies to centralize disparate, often outdated rate management tasks, including the administration of tables, templates or other systems, and optimize the overall closing process. The software as a service (SaaS) solution was designed specifically for underwriters and title companies seeking to create and manage special lender pricing, as well as standard rates for lender use nationwide. This advanced rate and fee management solution also enables lenders to connect to their service providers and reliably exchange information real-time—improving speed, accuracy, and compliance with regulations, as well as their own internal processes.“We are committed to investing in and developing a best-in-class suite of products and services for our clients,” said Jennings. Home / Featured / ClosingCorp Introduces SmartEngine The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Related Articles About Author: Staff Writer Bob Jennings SaaS SmartEngine 2017-06-14 Staff Writer  Print This Post Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Share Save Sign up for DS News Daily June 14, 2017 1,435 Views Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Previous: NMSA Sets Sights on Solving Vacant and Abandoned Property Issues Next: NTC’s Dave LaRose Contributes to MISMO’s New Business Glossary Subscribelast_img read more

Identification of Janthinobacterium lividum from the soils of the islands of Scotia Ridge and from Antarctic peninsula

first_imgEight isolates of bacteria from the soils of maritime Antarctica and Antarctic peninsula have been identified as members of the genus Janthinobacterium. Based on their morphology, physiological characteristics, biochemical characteristics and mole percent G+C content of their DNA six of them have been identified as ‘J. lividum’ and the remaining two as ‘atypical J. lividum’. The Antarctic J. lividum unlike the mesophilic type strains were unique in that they could grow at pH 4, could produce acid from trehalose and none of them could tolerate more than 2.9% NaCl.last_img read more

Rain, Panthers beat UW

first_imgAs if squaring off against a bitter rival were not enough, the Wisconsin women’s soccer team was forced to deal with a severe weather delay and torrential downpours during Friday’s match against UW-Milwaukee.In the end, the Panthers and the inclement weather proved to be too much for the Badgers as they fell to UW-Milwaukee 1-0 on a goal scored just minutes into the second half. With the loss, Wisconsin dropped to 3-3-1 and the Panthers improved to 4-3-0.After only five minutes of play, severe weather conditions forced officials to delay the game. The delay lasted 84 minutes, and play was finally resumed at 8:25 p.m.In the first five minutes before the rain delay, the Badgers came out strong and ready to play. When the two teams took the field for the second time, however, Wisconsin appeared to have lost much of its intensity.”The first five minutes of the game we came out hard, and we were really excited to win,” junior forward Taylor Walsh said. “Then we had to sit [for 85 minutes] and it is always hard, but they had to do the same thing.””We were not able to change gears like [UW-Milwaukee], and we weren’t able to do the things we needed to do,” head coach Paula Wilkins said. “It obviously affected us and we were not mature enough to deal with it.”In addition to the delay, the teams were forced to deal with slick field conditions and periods of strong torrential rain near the end of the first half of play.”It was bad, the first half was bad,” Walsh said. “You could not see. There is wind and rain and it is freezing. We should have been able to push through it.”The teams battled to a 0-0 draw in the first half despite a major threat by UW-Milwaukee in the 16th minute and a pair of corner kicks for Wisconsin. Ultimately, the half ended with a combined total of only four shots on goal.In the second half, the Panthers came out strong and scored quickly. In the second minute, UW-Milwaukee sophomore forward Erin Kreuser scored the eventual game-winning goal. However, despite allowing the goal, goalkeeper Jamie Klages played well, recording seven saves.”Jamie did great; she really saved us for much of the game,” Walsh said. “[She] made some big-time saves despite the weather conditions.”Due to the slick conditions, Klages was forced to alter her play and strategy as she defended the goal for the Badgers.”Instead of catching balls [I had to] punch them wide or push them,” Klages said. “You cannot really hold [the ball] with torrential downpours.”While the loss certainly is a letdown for the Badgers after an impressive victory over Northern Arizona last weekend, the team’s true concern is the lack of intensity and desire in the game.”I’m extremely disappointed with our mentality when we came out [after the delay],” Wilkins said. “We were not doing all the little things that we talk about that are quite important.””It is hard to come out and play hard for five minutes and get called off,” Klages said. “[However], UW-Milwaukee was doing the same thing, so we should have been able to come out just as strong.”Another concern as a result of the conditions is always the possibility of injury, and the Badgers experienced that firsthand when Walsh went down in the second half with a mild ankle injury. Despite the injury, Walsh remained in the game.”It did not really affect me; it just made me mad that it had to happen,” Walsh said. “I just played through it and it was fine.”After a game like the one the Badgers played Friday night, the team will certainly find a number of areas to improve on as they prepare for their next game and the upcoming Big Ten season.”We are not moving our feet and defending quite well,” Wilkins said. “We are being quite lazy and cheating by grabbing jerseys. I think that is unacceptable and we need to raise the level now.””We need to work on a lot of things,” Walsh said. “We need to work individually on just committing to playing and having that mentality that we are not going to give up.”last_img read more

NBA 2019-20: LA Lakers vs Charlotte Hornets result and player ratings

first_img 10 months ago NBA: Spurs vs Trail Blazers live streaming details, squad and schedule WATCH US LIVE Devika Pawar 10 months ago NBA news: Watch PJ Washington break NBA record by scoring 7 3s FOLLOW US Also read | NBA: Spurs vs Trail Blazers live streaming details, squad and scheduleCharlotte Hornets  LA Lakers defeated Charlotte Hornets 120-101 on Monday, October 28. The match was held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Anthony Davis was the top scorer for Lakers with 29 points, 14 rebounds and three assists. LeBron James also scored 20 points. Dwight Howard and  Quinn Cook scored 16 and 12 points respectively. JaVale McGee and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope both scored 10 points.  Also read | NBA: Rockets vs Thunder live streaming details, squad, where to watchAlso read | NBA 2019-20: Los Angeles Lakers vs Utah Jazz player ratings and result Written By 10 months ago NBA: Rockets vs Thunder live streaming details, squad, where to watch First Published: 28th October, 2019 11:40 IST 10 months ago NBA 2019-20: Live streaming details and broadcast schedule in Indiacenter_img Avery Bradley – 5/10 Kentavious Caldwell-Pope – 6.5/10 Alex Caruso – 4/10 Quinn Cook – 6.5/10 Troy Daniels – 4/10 Anthony Davis – 8/10 Danny Green – 4/10 Dwight Howard – 7/10 LeBron James – 7.5/10 JaVale McGee – 6.5/10 Dwayne Bacon – 6.5/10 Miles Bridges – 7.5/10 Devonte’ Graham – 5.5/10 Cody Martin – 5.5/10 Terry Rozier – 7/10 PJ Washington – 4.5/10 Marvin Williams – 5/10 Cody Zeller – 7/10 COMMENT Last Updated: 28th October, 2019 11:40 IST NBA 2019-20: LA Lakers Vs Charlotte Hornets Result And Player Ratings Los Angeles Lakers registered a 120-101 victory against Charlotte Hornets on Monday, Oct 28. Here are the player ratings for the Lakers vs Hornets NBA game. WE RECOMMEND SUBSCRIBE TO US 10 months ago NBA: Utah Jazz to host 2023 All-Star at home arena after 30 years Miles Bridges was the top scorer for Hornets with 23 points, six rebounds and three assists. Cody Zeller and Terry Rozier both finished the game with 19 points. Dwayne Bacon also scored in double digits. Also read | NBA: Utah Jazz to host 2023 All-Star at home arena after 30 yearsNBA 2019-20: LA Lakers vs Charlotte Hornets match report Davis dominated the first half, while Howard and James took control of the second. Zeller’s three-pointer in Q1 started the game, but McGee’s two-foot dunk with an assist from James gave the Lakers a 4-3 lead. Davis scored 25 points in the first half which included three three-pointers and six rebounds. He scored 16 points in Q3, making 6 of 8 shots and nine in Q2. The first half ended with a 63-62 advantage to the Lakers. James and Howard led the game in the second half. James scored on the offensive, grabbing 20 points. Howard scored 16 points but also defended well. Bridges only scored six of his 23 points in Q4. As Howard and James scored, Lakers only increased their seven-points lead. Lakers won the game with a nineteen point lead as Cook earned the final two points with a driving layup. NBA 2019-20: LA Lakers vs Charlotte Hornets player ratingsLA Lakers LIVE TVlast_img read more