by 03 Nov 2008
?Simplified Product Ordering; Faster Product Development? First American CREDCO, the leading provider of credit reporting solutions to the mortgage industry and part of First Advantage Corporation (NASDAQ: FADV), today announced the replacement of, the company?s dedicated ecommerce site, with an all new integrated online ordering and marketing Web site. The new site features expanded functionality that allows customers to order and track products more efficiently and the company to develop and deliver new products faster. The newly upgraded platform? a totally improved customer purchasing experience, supported by Direct-Connect customer support, simplified account administration and real-time product tracking. Powered by the latest in Web technology, it significantly reduces product development time, optimizing First American CREDCO?s responsiveness to customer demands for timely, market-sensitive product solutions. New features include: Streamlined Ordering Direct-Connect with Customer Support Access to Multiple Accounts with a Single Sign-on Electronic Document Uploading Easy Access to Detailed Pricing and Transactions Powerful Search Functionality FREE Credit Report Reprints Real-Time Product Tracking Simplified Account Administration Credit Card Payment Option ?In today?s market conditions, we feel that it?s critical to invest in services that assist our customers with business solutions that help improve efficiencies,? said John Bauer, executive vice president of business development for First American CREDCO. ?We?re pleased to offer an ecommerce solution that streamlines the overall process of conducting online business, so they can focus on their business objectives.? features a new user interface combined with an intuitive design that makes it easy for First American CREDCO customers to access and manage their accounts. They can take advantage of easy document uploading, fast upgrade requests, a multiple contact notification feature and more. Customers can also order multiple products at one time and have them processed as a single order to save time and reduce ordering errors. First American CREDCO, which provides one out of every two credit reports to the mortgage industry, is offering free online training webinars and a complete demonstration of the site?s new features and functionality. For more information on the new online ordering platform, as well as training dates and times, call 800.255.0792 or visit About First American CREDCO First American CREDCO, a division of First Advantage CREDCO, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of First Advantage Corporation, is the nation?s number one provider of merged credit reports, processing one out of every two credit reports ordered in the mortgage industry. The division proudly serves a broad range of lending and retail markets with a variety of business information products and services. More information about First American CREDCO can be found at About First Advantage Corporation First Advantage Corporation (NASDAQ: FADV) combines industry expertise with information to create products and services that organizations worldwide use to make smarter business decisions. First Advantage is a leading provider of consumer credit information in the mortgage, automotive, payday lending and specialty finance industries; business credit information in the transportation industry; lead generation services; motor vehicle record reports; supply chain security consulting; employment background verifications; occupational health services; applicant tracking systems; recruiting solutions; skills and behavioral assessments; business tax consulting services; corporate and litigation investigations; computer forensics; electronic discovery; data recovery; due diligence reporting; resident screening; property management software and renters insurance. First Advantage ranks among the top companies in all of its major business lines. First Advantage is headquartered in Poway, California, and has more than 4,300 employees in offices throughout the United States and abroad. More information about First Advantage can be found at First Advantage is a majority-owned subsidiary of The First American Corporation (NYSE: FAF), a FORTUNE 500



Is TILA-RESPA a good or bad thing long term?