How did we get here?
ShortTrack was first built in response to managing the distressed real estate market in 2009. In 2011, the direct operations of the Midwest’s two largest title companies began using ShortTrack’s software. Since then, ShortTrack has continued its mission to make it simple for all stakeholders to collaborate securely in a transaction.
In pioneering the connection between real estate and title, ShortTrack integrated with the real estate software applications dotloop, DocuSign Rooms, SkySlope, and zipLogix, and connected them to title software industry leaders RamQuest, ResWare, and SoftPro. The connection allows data and documents to move efficiently and securely, saving significant time and effort in ordering title.
Because document collection doesn’t stop at the order, ShortTrack incorporated customizable web forms into its portal to securely collect seller/buyer data and documents, along with its DocuSign integration.
As our integrations have grown, ShortTrack has become the industry leader in secure, comprehensive connectivity, connecting eSignature, eClosing, lender collaboration, title search, and banking software to title production systems.
Our customers call us “The Universal Tilte Connector”. Drop us a line and get connected!
Meet the ShortTrack Team:
— CoFounder & CTO
Chris is responsible for platform development and oversees all legal concerns at the company, including legal compliance at the state and national level. In the past five years, Christopher has taught continuing education classes regarding short sales and distressed debt for over 500 attorneys in Illinois on behalf of Chicago Title and over 2000 real estate agents in Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and Wisconsin. Christopher previously worked at Kirkland & Ellis LLP as an associate attorney. He earned his J.D. at the Northwestern University School of Law and his B.S. in Chemical Engineering at UW-Madison.
— CoFounder & COO
Steve oversees general operations for ShortTrack. After earning his B.S. in Biochemistry with honors at UW-Madison, he took a year off to backpack in Central America. TAP Pharmaceuticals then called him up to the sales big leagues for 7 years. After pharma, he spent 6 years in real estate development, property management, brokerage administration, and distressed services. His first cloud technology experiment was in 2008, and the tinkering hasn’t stopped since. Steve has also sponsored the Wausau West High School Student Council Award for the past 23 years, for those students who display excellence in student government.