JJL Process Corporation is a process serving agency that specializes in serving collection papers and after almost 25 years in the business, claims that it has succeeded in establishing itself as the technology and compliance leader in the industry.
Furthering its growth initiative, it now has three new addresses in Kensington Md., Seattle, and Tucson, Arizona. Consequently, JJL’s services will now be available to Maryland and Washington State and because of the growth it has experienced in Arizona, Tucson will also be benefited.
“We are thrilled to enter Maryland and Washington State, and any firm looking to enhance their process server compliance and technology should check us out. Process serving is not as simple as ABC,” said Scott Levine, president of JJL, commenting on the opening of the three new offices.
Currently JJL has thirteen offices across many states. That it seeks to constantly differentiate itself from other process serving agencies by offering services to clients that are not available with traditional process serving agencies, is a huge focus point.
Moreover, JJL is fully compliant with the standards resulting from the Process Server Standards Summit and is also SSAE-16 compliant. With Its proprietary technology and ability to look ahead, it has carved a niche for itself. The release of the new TrueServe iPhone (News - Alert) and Droid apps, ServerTrak software are testimony to its commitment to increase the accountability of its servers and the real time information that it delivers.
There are many process serving programs that can handle billing, server commissions and manage data but JJL reportedly goes beyond all this by offering services to clients that are normally not available with traditional process serving agencies.
JL Process Corp announced that it has become the first process serving company to successfully complete SSAE 16 certification. Scott Levine, President of JJL Process, said “we are very proud of achieving this compliance milestone, a first for the Process Serving industry.”
Edited by Carlos Olivera