WHAT IS ATIM?
The Association for Title Information Management (ATIM) is a non-profit association organized in 1985 to present an annual symposium to discuss land title databases and the role they play in the real estate transaction process and the title insurance industry in particular.
WHY IS IT UNIQUE?
The ATIM Conference is different from other national conferences and conventions in that the entire event is held in one general session with lively audience participation and exchange, resulting in a casual, friendly learning atmosphere to stay current with industry trends and best practices.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
ATIM typically attracts about 100 attendees – title company owners, managers and users, software application developers, title plant and other land record data providers, outsourcing vendors, vendor managers, underwriters, consultants, the lending community, technologists, county clerks and recorders and others interested in land title records.
WHAT IS COMMONLY DISCUSSED?
A typical conference covers six to eight issues currently confronting the land record / title insurance industries. Discussions are facilitated by industry experts covering such topics as outsourcing (both off shore and domestic), title plant operations, open records issues, local and federal government interaction, as well as general industry trends and projections.
WHO TYPICALLY SPEAKS?
Numerous industry experts donate their time each year to offer insight. Speakers at recent conferences have included ALTA Immediate Past President Mike Pryor, Williston Financial Group President & CEO Patrick Stone, and Stewart Title Company’s President and CEO Stewart Morris, Jr.