Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. was established in 1991 as a local title company that handled the needs of local clients in and around their area. Today they are one of the largest wholesale title and document processing companies in America. Eight out of ten of the major retail mortgage companies count on Nationwide for their document processing needs.
When it comes to judging just how a company like Nationwide measures up in comparison with its peers, all you have to do is measure how fast and how accurate the transmission of the documents are to the mortgage companies. Nationwide less than a .78 failure rate and a 99.89% compliance rate. What this means is the nearly 100% of the time the documents that the clients are receiving are the right documents sent on time.
A big factor in the achievement of these stellar statistics is the training of a 570 strong workforce and their commitment and dedication to the cause. New employees go through a 3-week training program that is intense and very detailed. However, whey they go to work they are read for just about anything, as well as having the backup from trainers and supervisors along the way.
There are an additional 150 training and educational modules that employees can access on their own for purposes of gaining more knowledge and for advancement. These modules are accessed voluntarily, but at any given time 50% to 70% of the workforce is engaged with the extra study.
Nationwide is a good pace to work. Salaries are competitive, and benefits are good. For the last five out of six years, Nationwide has been recommended as one of the top 100 companies to work for as lauded in the Tampa Bay Times.
Nationwide has access to every county and jurisdiction in the United States as far as their reach in obtaining current records. Their proprietary technology allows them to fine-tune their operations by giving access to clients and by always seeking to find a better way of doing things.
John Hillman, CEO of Nationwide spoke recently on a podcast that was heard on an industry-wide meeting, and he stated that companies have to set the standard high and communicate that stance not only to their employees but also to their clients and the world at large. Then when those standards are met and even exceeded that fact needs to be communicated to all too.
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