AIS has provided bankruptcy data solutions to the financial services industry for over 20 years. So we understand the importance of delivering accurate and timely bankruptcy data in an easy-to-consume format.
We send automated notifications for any client account that has filed for bankruptcy and use intelligent automation to scan docket entries and escalate critical matters for immediate resolution. Clients may also access our AIS Online system to research cases and review court documents.
On average, our bankruptcy data solutions are up to 30% cheaper than other products and our proprietary matching logic, SmartMatch, reduces manual match review rate by as much as 90%. Our solutions are customizable and can be calibrated to meet the exact requirements of our clients.
AIS helps clients manage their accounts in bankruptcy by making sure their portfolios are updated with the latest bankruptcy information. We've partnered with banks, card issuers, auto financers and mortgage servicers to implement sound notification processes for meeting compliance objectives.
Bankruptcy Docket Event Tracking
AIS Bankruptcy Event Tracking is driven by the latest bankruptcy technology, automating docket review processes and serving as a practical alternative to other products in the market. Our solution monitors bankruptcy cases allowing creditors and servicers to quickly identify, prioritize and manage urgent bankruptcy matters using online work queues or a direct integration with the client's system.
AIS Online is a web-based application that allows users to conduct real-time searches to validate if consumers or businesses have filed for bankruptcy. Users can also review bankruptcy docket entries and download court documents. This alternative to PACER comes with significant cost savings and client-wide document sharing functionality.
One of the world’s largest telecommunications providers partnered with AIS to implement a bankruptcy monitoring solution that did not require any of its customers’ Personally Identifiable Information (PII) to be shared outside of its own network.
See how this new approach ensured data security, expedited the notification process, lowered the provider’s exposure to stay violations, and increased its recoveries on bankruptcy debt.