Sig Anderman: Oh, that's going very well. More and more customers are getting big and get bigger, and they add more functionality so automating that process and moving them from a licensed version of our software to SAS where we host everything for them has been very popular, and we've had great success in that. Debra Borchardt: I would think that that would be key because that's been one of the complaints, like I said, during the financial crisis is documents getting lost and then going from desk to desk and things losing their momentum, so with that process that you've got, working electronically, are there any concerns about security and privacy? Sig Anderman: Well, actually when you do things electronically things are more secure because you don't have papers floating around where people can copy them or fax them and papers get lost. So doing it electronically we can encrypt it all, and everything is much more secure electronically.
Debra Borchardt: Well I wish your product would have been around when I got my mortgage because the paperwork was at least an inch, two inches deep. -- Written by Debra Borchardt in New York >To contact the writer of this article, click here: Debra Borchardt. Follow @WallandBroad