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a formal expression of praise

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"Through the Encomia acquisition and other planned additions, IDS is injecting itself deeper into the eMortgage continuum, which starts with docs and moves through eSign, eNotary, eClosing, eNotes and, ultimately, eVault," Mackey said.
In addition, eMortgage software prevents errors and allows for timely document review by providing a communication platform among the mortgage company, buyer and title agency, according to Andrew Dubinsky, Encomia's chief executive officer.
Fremont plans to originate fully electronic mortgages through the Encomia eMortgage solution, which provides financial institutions with a comprehensive tool kit that features the creation of SMART Docs[R] electronic signature capability and secure document archival.
With the implementation of the Encomia eMortgage solution, which took less than 90 days, Fremont has begun a substantial shift away from paper mortgages.
Encomia delivers a platform to process loan applications and closings electronically in addition to other software solutions and tools comprising electronic document storage (eVault) and signature capture, apart from providing asset and income verification services.
Adding innovative technologies like Encomia's bolsters our core strengths while also extending our ability to deliver greater efficiencies for lenders and a more transparent, rewarding experience for consumers."
GMAC Bank's Document Custody Division said it plans to implement Encomia's Vault module as part of its overall mortgage note custodial services.
The Vault module provides secure documentation authentication through smart cards and digital certificates, and the solution complies with critical encryption standards, said Andy Dubinsky, Encomia's president and chief executive officer.
Ippolito is the man to whom the Furioso is ostensibly addressed and the object of its most fulsome and central encomia, most notably in cantos 3 and 46.
Defunct or not, Leo still remains the focus of cantos 17 and 26, while the late Ippolito continues as the poem's explicit dedicatee and the focal point of the principal Este encomia, especially in cantos 3 and 46.
The eMortgage Alliance, founded by Idaho Falls, Idaho--based DocuTech Corporation, unites the capabilities of DocuTech; Wave Systems Corporation, Lee, Massachusetts; VirPack, Vienna, Virginia; SwiftView Inc., Tualatin, Oregon; Rekon Technologies, Pasadena, California; The Performance Group, Concord, New Hampshire; Encomia L.P., Houston; and Ingeo Systems Inc., Logan, Utah, to enable customers to produce e-mortgages today.
Its fame was due to both painted copies and an unprecedentedly large number of encomia dedicated to it.
Fonte also inserts in this part of the text a series of octave-length encomia of some of her contemporaries who were active in the intellectual society of late Renaissance Venice (some of the names will reappear in II merito delle donne).
Worster regards the writing of poems and treatises in praise of one's city or principality as an activity characteristic of humanists everywhere, and he devotes much space (98-139) to encomia for Moravian cities, which took their proximate inspiration from Aeneas Sylvius's 1438 praise of Basel.
Many other poems are paradoxical encomia, a genre that allows the writers to call attention to their shared efforts by playing off the contrast between the tiny flea and the immense outpouring of writing it has generated.