We’re excited to be offering three new transactions to our clients that will increase automation of your business processes.
The first is a referral request enhancement. The Referral Request is a request/response transaction for Black Knight only. This enhancement provides firms with the ability to get completed step/form information from a referral. This request can additionally be triggered based on the receipt of sub process referrals that are launched from the completion of a DDF or from a step present in the workload. (additional fee request process).
Benefits of the Referral Request include the retrieval of data filled in by servicers in DDF through an automated process, and getting completed step dates of old referrals and transfer files.
The second new transaction is the Document Request. This is available for Black Knight V2 currently, with Black Knight V3 available in December of 2016. The request contains the RID of the referral package your firm would want to receive.
This transaction alleviates the auto-completion of milestone events from downloading documents, and would still allow firms to select which document types they want to receive, and when they receive them. The cost for the Document Request is one base transaction, and returned documents are charged as normal documents.
The third transaction being added is a Reflag Referral Request. This transaction provides the ability to receive referrals through the existing referral intake process. This transaction is based on the RID for BKFS, or the loan number and case type for Vendorscape. The process consists of the request but also includes an asynchronous response to ensure your firm knows that the referral has been properly reflagged.
Benefits of the Reflag Referral Request include the ability for firms to import transfer files or referrals with changed information or additional information. The cost for Reflag Referrals is one base transaction.
We are currently seeking beta testers for the Doc Request and Reflag Referral transaction types – please contact your integration analyst if interested, or email email@example.com.