Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. has been in business since 1991 and is located in Palm Harbor, Florida. Nationwide is one of the largest document processing companies in the United States and is known for its accuracy and excellent service. Eight out of the top ten retail mortgage companies in the United States uses Nationwide for their primary source of documents.
One of the biggest reasons for the success of this company is the fact that it hires good employees who are exceptionally well-trained. Once hired, they go through a very intensive three-week training regimen that is closely monitored. Once they are “on-line,” they have available an additional 150 modules of additional advanced training. Many of these modules are necessary for advancement to supervisory and management levels, and many are simply for additional responsibility. Over half of the total of the 570 employees of the company are involved in these training modules all of the time.
The proof is in the results. Nationwide has some very impressive statistics. The most important attributes of a wholesale document company are accuracy, the speed of document recovery, and compliance. Nationwide has a 99.98% compliance rate and a record-setting low reject rate of only .78%.
Nationwide’s experts in document processing and research have the capability of reaching into over 3,600 counties and jurisdictions which allow them the reach to get to any document and title anywhere in the United States. They have pioneered proprietary technology that allows them to do this, and many mortgage and title companies are eternally grateful for this wonder service.
The mission statement of Nationwide expresses their desire to provide the highest levels of accuracy in the document processing and research field to protect businesses and homeowners and at the same time help to preserve the land records of the United States.
John Hillman, the CEO of Nationwide, expressed his company’s dedication to compliance in an industry-wide podcast recently. He stated that in the documents industry, “compliance” is a much-discussed topic. But instead of just talking about it, companies need to actively train hard towards their objectives and publically state their goals. Then the next step is to publically post the results. When other people, including the employees, see the goals publically being achieved it spurs them on to greater heights.
In five out of the past six years, Nationwide has been recognized as belonging to the top 100 best companies to work for, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
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