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CaseMax and Affinity Consulting Announce Partnership

acquisitionKansas-based default law firm case management software innovator CaseMax has announced an agreement with Affinity Consulting Group in order to provide consulting, design, and implementation services for its suite of software solutions.

Affinity will work with both CaseMax's new and existing clients on process management, workflow design, data exchange, reporting capabilities, and the implementation of other CaseMax functionalities through this new partnership, according to CaseMax. Affinity consultants are experts in the areas of legal process, case management, and technology, and they have worked directly in the mortgage banking industry, and are able to leverage decades of experience in recommending strategic solutions for law firms of all sizes. Affinity's experts are well-positioned to help CaseMax clients become more efficient and profitable.

"Affinity’s team of mortgage banking professionals brings their expertise, commitment and experience to our clients,” said Mike Zevitz, EVP of Business Development. "We are delighted to partner with such long-time supporters of the needs of the default loan services industry. Having implemented case management software solutions for hundreds of firms over the last 20 years, we are extremely confident that Affinity will complement the needs of existing and new clients."

Both Affinity and CaseMax have cultivated an outstanding relationship over the years and are known for providing excellent customer service to their clients, making them valuable business partners. According to the announcement, both companies believe that the partnership will provide clients with knowledge and solutions they need to bring their firms into the 21st century.

"Together with CaseMax, Affinity can now provide another solution to our Mortgage Banking clients,” said Debbie Foster, Managing Partner. "CaseMax challenges the industry norms with progressive pricing models in a subscription-based approach that will be a great fit for our clients."

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