Fidelity National Information Services Releases FIS Desktop 2008
Fidelity National Information Services, Inc. (FIS) today announced the release of FIS Desktop 2008, the most significant and comprehensive release of the company’s workflow management system.
FIS Desktop 2008 is a highly efficient imaging, retrieval, expense and communication management system that provides real-time connectivity to participants in the mortgage banking and financial industries. It links FIS’ default customers to more than 10,000 vendors, service providers and investors through a single user-interface and streamlines complex work processes by automating labor-intensive functions and eliminating the need to build multiple interfaces among various data and service suppliers. FIS Desktop 2008 also generates advanced reporting and performance metrics, which significantly reduce the manual effort required to process default files.
The FIS Desktop 2008 release was a multiy-ear project. It includes a redesigned user interface and development framework that will enhance user experience, increase flexibility and allow advanced integration with other industry partners. It enables clients to view all active loans in FIS’ Mortgage Servicing Package (MSP) through the product’s user interface and to launch workflows from mortgage servicing systems using a combination of business rules. Workflow processes can be deployed across the organization in real time, helping to break down operational barriers and improve communications internally and with vendors.
“The FIS Desktop 2008 application is a ground-breaking enterprise solution that will greatly simplify workflow and eliminate the labyrinth of service bureau wrap applications maintained by many of our mortgage servicing clients,” said Greg Whitworth, president, FIS’ LPS division. “It delivers upon our commitment to provide a simple, one-stop solution that improves scalability and efficiency, while reducing operational and IT expenses.”
For more information regarding the new FIS Desktop 2008 solution, please call 904.470.7700 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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