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Aspen Grove Upgrades REO Management Software

""Aspen Grove Inc."":http://www.aspengrove.net/, a provider of workflow solutions for foreclosure, bankruptcy, eviction, and REO, yesterday released its newest version of REO management software, ""iAgent version 3.0"":http://www.aspengrove.net/agsolagent.htm. Changes to the program have been designed especially to increase REO management efficiency and broaden sales results due to its more efficient process management capability, the company explained in a press statement.
Aspen Grove has implemented a newly designed and updated user interface which incorporates the use of color and organizational structure to help agents more easily manage REO property documents and assignments. The new interface will allow Agents quicker and easier access to key information including properties, work lists, and organization address book, the company said.
Speaking about the new version 3.0, Aspen Grove's CEO Sean Ryan said, ""We are very excited about this release of the software. The user interface has been completely redesigned to make navigation a breeze for agents managing REO properties.
""We are also on the verge of releasing iREO, our asset management system which is an upgrade on our AIM (Asset Information Management System),"" added Ryan. ""We expect to release iREO upgrade early in the 1st quarter 2009. With iAgent and iREO we are in a tremendous position to continue to serve the technology needs of the default industry with the latest easy-to-use web-hosted applications.""
Aspen Grove was founded in 1997 and is based in St. Charles, Missouri. The company provides online business management solutions for all aspects of the default property market, including asset management, appraisals, and BPOs. Aspen Grove also supplies workflow solutions to the Iisurance industry in the form of claims processing, invoice and reserve management, and agent management.

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