A Lot Going on at JJL Process

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JJL Process, a technology and compliance leader in the process serving industry, has had a lot going on recently and a lot more planned. Scott Levine, President of JJL Process, commented that “we have had an unbelievable period of innovation and expansion in 2014 at the fastest pace in the company’s history.” The highlights are impressive:

  • Market entry into California, Missouri and Arkansas. This increases JJL’s footprint to 13 states, the most of any process server doing collection industry work. Four more states are planned to be added before the end of the year.
  • The next process serving innovation from JJL Process is TrueServe ESQ, bringing compliance to the courtroom. You are in the courtroom and the judge or opposing counsel questions service of process. With the TrueServe ESQ app, you will be able to pull up on any smartphone or pad, an entire array of evidence substantiating JJL’s service for a particular case…right there in the courtroom within seconds.
  • Time/date-stamped photos with GPS coordinates captured were a JJL innovation. But this is no longer good enough. Having that information is no different than recording phone calls and not listening to the recordings. At JJL, using an advanced proprietary internal audit process, every service attempt is audited for both compliance and quality by JJL’s well-staffed corporate audit department. This greatly increases the accountability of the servers and the information they return. JJL is proud to report that they regularly outperform their competition with regard to percentage of attempts with GPS/photo information and in the proximity of the captured GPS coordinates to the physical document address.
  • JJL has also been busy on the speaking front at major industry conferences. In late July, JJL had the opportunity to make a solo presentation on Process Server Best Practices at Discover’s Attorney Summit. A few months earlier, JJL was the process serving panelist at the NARCA conference session “Legal Technology Vendors – The Next Compliance Hurdle.”

It appears JJL has a wind at its back in 2014.

About JJL Process Corporation
With 25 years of industry experience, JJL Process Corporation is a Process Serving Agency that specializes in serving collection papers. Through advanced proprietary technology and forward thinking, JJL has established itself as the technology and compliance leader in process serving. The difference between JJL and the others is JJL continues to develop advanced proprietary technologies which allow increased client efficiency while offering a level of compliance to clients that are not available with traditional Process Serving agencies. JJL is SSAE-16 and SOC-1 certified and is in compliance with the Process Serving Standards Summit standards. JJL presently services Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, Tennessee and Washington State and continues to expand nationwide.

Contact
For more information on JJL Process, please contact Joel Rosenthal at (561) 312-7602 (phone) or joel.rosenthal@jjlprocess.com (email) or www.jjlprocess.com.

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