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Content Ingestion Services

Content Ingestion Services

Content ingestion is the process of scanning, importing and processing information from your documents. MetaSource has the expertise and resources to get your data captured from paper and electronic files from all ingestion channels, including:

Mailroom

With our mailroom service, we will pick up your incoming invoices, claims, applications, correspondence, and all other mail and have it delivered, prepped, batched, scanned, indexed, and uploaded so that they can be processed the same day. This service combines our deep experience in content and data capture and our use of optical character recognition (OCR) software, barcodes and other advanced capture technology that we also sell and implement. Learn more...

Microfilming Service

Not to be confused with microfilm scanning (film to digital), MetaSource converts both paper and digital files into microfilm for long-term archival. We also duplicate Diazo and Silver Film. We offer over 40 years of experience microfilming documents for clients throughout the US. Learn more...

Legacy Content Migration

Businesses often find the need to migrate data from legacy software that are home grown, no longer supported by the original vendor and/or are too costly and risky to maintain. We will extract content from your legacy systems so that you have secure and instant access to it. As with our mailroom service, legacy content migration combines our deep content professional services and application development expertise with enterprise content management (ECM) technology like EMC InfoArchive.


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Regulatory risk around servicing transfers continues to be a hurdle for enticing investors to engage in the market. This is largely dependent upon lenders’ ability to ensure the quality of the assets being traded. The best strategy for taking the risk out of servicing transfers from a regulatory standpoint and verifying the soundness of underlying assets is through enhanced data and process management.