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Nationwide Title Clearing Opens Dallas Office

commercial-two1Nationwide Title Clearing (NTC), a post-closing services provider for the nation's largest financial institutions, investors, and servicers, announced that the company will open a new office this month in Dallas, Texas that will include a new data center.

NTC's Chief Information Security Officer Scotty McEntire will be based in the new facility, which will constitute a full disaster recovery site for all data and infrastructure as well as staffing.

"It's not enough to provide the industry's best service if one day, through no fault of your own, you suddenly can't," said NTC CEO John Hillman. "Our clients deserve to know that if anything happens, they'll see no difference in our excellent service levels. Our new Dallas facility will allow us to cutover at a moment's notice, without loss of data, capabilities or the staff required to remain fully operational."

In addition to Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity (DRBC), the site will help the company deal with work overflows due to fluctuating volumes by accommodating staff for the firm's data entry, online research, and file audit work. In all, about 150 NTC employees will ultimately work for NTC in Dallas.

NTC stated that they have worked very hard over the years to have a positive impact on the Palm Harbor area in which it is based. As a result, the firm has received a great deal of recognition and won many awards for its near constant philanthropy and community involvement as well as for being a great place to work. Now, with the new office opening in Dallas, the company hopes to duplicate that model in the Midwest.

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