LRES Announces Enhancements to Vendor Portal Website April 29, 2013 412 Views in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing, Technology Share Agents & Brokers Appraisals Attorneys & Title Companies Company News Investors Lenders & Servicers Processing Service Providers 2013-04-29 Tory Barringer “”LRES””:http://www.lres.com/, a national provider of commercial and residential valuations and asset management, announced new features to its vendor portal website intended to grant licensed appraisers the ability to manage their property appraisal orders more efficiently.[IMAGE][COLUMN_BREAK]The updated vendor portal website offers smoother workflow and transition to various site features, a more organized work queue based on priority of orders, and a dashboard with order counts by status, among other features. The site also offers new workflow management features, including the ability to search and view completed orders and work files by dates, addresses, order numbers, and payment status.In addition, the portal website now emphasizes special instructions/order due dates and provides unlimited access to engagement letters.””LRES places a premium on the strength of its vendor network, so we constantly look for ways to improve their user experience and work more efficiently,”” said Roger Beane, CEO of California-based LRES. “”The new features added to our vendor portal website create a more productive environment and user-friendly experience for our valued partners.””
Quite the honest, blunt answer from the soon-to-be second-year Cardinal. Mathieu’s reply seems to acknowledge that’s he has come a long way, but that his work is not yet finished. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The user, who calls himself Chris, was either trying to poke fun at “The Honey Badger’s” past reputation, or perhaps he was just saying Gordon could learn from Mathieu’s rehabilitation.Either way, the Cardinals defensive back apparently looks at when he is tagged in a Twitter post, because he directly replied back the following.“@Cryan215: Josh Gordon needs to start hanging out with @Mathieu_Era” oh no , I am still in recovery my self— Tyrann Mathieu (@Mathieu_Era) July 7, 2014 Former NFL star Deion Sanders noticed Mathieu’s response, as he tweeted a bit of affirmation to the Cardinals safety.@Mathieu_Era lolol. You’re a fool man. That’s hilarious. I pray all is well my man. Truth— DeionSanders (@DeionSanders) July 7, 2014 Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Comments Share Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories USA Today says that the Browns drafted Gordon in 2012 knowing he had drug issues in college at Baylor and Utah. He served a two-game drug-related suspension at the beginning of the 2013 season, and before being arrested Saturday, was already facing a ban of at least one year under the league’s drug policy, although the receiver has appealed the ruling.After news of Gordon’s arrest started trickling in, the 23-year-old receiver began trending on Twitter. One user of the social media site mentioned Gordon and Mathieu together in a single tweet.Josh Gordon needs to start hanging out with @Mathieu_Era— Chris (@Cryan215) July 7, 2014 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Tyrann Mathieu knows about off-the-field struggles. Fortunately for the Arizona Cardinals, the LSU product appears to have put those issues behind him, having not been a distraction since the entered the NFL as a third-round draftee in 2013.Someone who is struggling from similar issues that used to plague Mathieu is Josh Gordon of the Cleveland Browns. The NFL’s leading receiver in 2013 was pulled over for speeding over the weekend and subsequently arrested for DWI.