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ServeManager is DCA Compliant for New York City Process Servers

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Kimberly Faber

Press Release

New York, NY – New York City has some of the strictest requirements on serving process in the country. Serving process itself is a fairly difficult endeavor no matter where you serve, but meeting all of the requirements of the NYC DCA can be difficult. ServeManager is pleased to announce that it is DCA compliant in all requirements, some of which our internal standards actually exceed.

Adding GPS coordinates to your service attempts is practically a no-brainer after your initial setup. It will just happen on its own whenever you make your attempts. As a requirement these need to be stored for a minimum of 7 years. From our end of things we will store your attempts, including your GPS coordinates, for an indefinite amount of time, even if you should decided to discontinue serving. Even if you’re not in NYC there are a number of benefits to using GPS coordinates, many of which are highlighted in this article.

Meeting our DCA requirements has been very simple with the use of the Servemanager application. GPS time stamps have never been more accurate with fewer glitches than with ServeManager.

— Victor Torres, NatLegal

Reports can be provided when requested by the DCA in whichever format requested as described in § 2-233b. Electronic Record of Service. We can provide your software account number needed for DCA registration the same business day you subscribe. We want to make serving as easy and organized as possible for all users, but NYC specifically is helping shape the future through requirements from the DCA.

About ServeManager:
ServeManager is a time-saving software solution for private process servers. It’s quick, easy to use, and helps you save time on your serves. The software offers solutions for mobile, GPS, data entry, invoicing, client notifications, and more.


Posted by:
Kimberly Faber

As Director of Marketing and Multimedia, Kimberly sets strategy for outreach, distribution, social media, and network growth, and manages multimedia production for the network. She has a Bachelor of Science with a background in design, marketing, production, editorial, and operations and strategy. Kimberly consults with the production, operations, and tech teams on a variety of projects and initiatives. You can follow Kimberly on Twitter at @kimberlyfaber.