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MCS Announces Expansion of Mobile Toolset

Mortgage Contracting Services LLC (MCS) announced the addition of new tools to its mobile offering. The expanded toolset will provide vendors with several mobile field service applications that can be used across multiple devices and systems.

""Mortgage Contracting Services LLC"":http://www.mcs360.com/ (MCS) announced the addition of new tools to its mobile offering.

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The expanded toolset will provide vendors with several mobile field service applications that can be used across multiple devices and systems.

Tampa-based MCS broadened its mobile technology by offering MCS Mobility, a proprietary mobile photo management tool that is integrated solely with MCS360, a Web-based technology platform used by MCS and its clients and vendors to manage inspections, property preservations, and REO services.

MCS Mobility enables vendors to upload photos to the cloud and to MCS360 directly from their mobile device. It is currently available to select MCS vendors and will soon be available to MCS' entire vendor network.

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MCS also announced ""Mobile Business Concepts"":http://www.moblbc.com/ (MBC), a Georgia-based company that creates software and mobile business applications, was selected as a preferred MCS vendor. MBC integrated its project management application, REO Photo, with MCS360.

REO Photo enables jobs to be assigned to contractors, then tracked as tasks are fulfilled and documented with the inclusion of photos.

Through the app, users can take time-stamped photos, complete forms, label individual photos, provide detailed notes within photos, map the location of their next job, and conduct other other tasks. Once the work order is completed, users can sync their mobile device and transmit completed work order information.

""We understand that information can be transmitted more accurately and timely to our clients and their investors with the use of mobile devices. By leveraging enhancements in mobile technology, it allows us to receive real-time information, which ultimately helps us protect and preserve properties and communities across the nation,"" said Caroline Reaves, CEO of MCS.

""MCS is really one of the benchmark companies in the property preservation industry, so to have it understand and embrace this technology is very gratifying and really validates what we have built,"" said Jason Harvey, CEO of MBC.

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