""DocMagic, Inc."":https://www.docmagic.com/, a California-based provider of fully-compliant loan document preparation and delivery solutions for the mortgage industry, announced that its new multi-million dollar technology center is operational.[IMAGE]
The center, based in DocMagic's hometown of Torrance, California, is 25,000 square feet and features state-of-the-art technology, including expandable, high-performance servers, high-speed networking, optimized storage access, and server virtualization.
The new facility is also guarded by multiple firewalls, video cameras, movement sensors, and biometric scanners, in addition to being fully compliant with SSAE-16 Type II security protocols. In case of a primary [COLUMN_BREAK]
power failure, the new building is backed up by Kohler Power System's Tier 3 EPA-Certified Emergency, Fast-Response II Generating System, which is designed to switch power in less than 10 seconds.
""No one else in the industry has this kind of security and processing power,"" said Dominic Iannitti, president and CEO of DocMagic. ""Our turn times now put us well ahead of any competitors and our guaranteed compliance and state-of-the-art processing center make us the smart choice for document-related processes.
""Compliance and data security are critical to today's banks and lenders,"" Iannitti added. ""We already had a safe IT platform with zero security breaches in the 25 years since the company was founded, yet we knew we could do more. For us, there was no alternative but to go all-out with our technology infrastructure. With our new technology center, we can confidently say there is no safer place for lenders to create, transmit and store loan files than with DocMagic.""
While lenders may be drawn to the security and processing power of the new facility, others are noticing its aesthetic appeal--the ""American Institute of Architects"":http://www.aia.org/index.htm (AIA) recognized the center with an ""AIA Honors Award"":http://www.aia.org/practicing/awards/2013/interior-architecture/doc-magic/ for interior architecture, celebrating the ""fuzzy space"" effect achieved through the ""unique play of light and careful sculpting of passageways that connect the open work spaces.""