Bankruptcy Automation for Modern Lenders
Process smarter, service fearlessly, and make bankruptcy operations a breeze.
Processing hundreds of thousands of cases a year.
Industry’s only API-First Company
Built in a space that throws bodies at problems.
Hosted on AWS Cloud for Reliability
Continually improving, solid foundation.
The bankruptcy platform powering the best lenders.
Our vision is to create a world in which bankruptcy operations are easy, understandable, safe, streamlined, and unceremonious. BankruptcyWatch gives lenders the products and safeguards to automate these workflows while minimizing risk. We do this through our powerful API-first platform.
Lenders large and small rely on BankruptcyWatch to streamline their bankruptcy operations. They build true automation into their workflows to process bankruptcies at any scale, reduce fat-finger errors, organize bankruptcy information, ensure proper workflows, make the court their collection agency, and reduce risk by perfecting the whole system.
In a software-centered world, control is one of your greatest assets. Automation gives you that control and BankruptcyWatch gives you automation in its highest form.
Lance studied Electronic Engineering at Brigham Young University - Idaho and has over 10 years of experience in the bankruptcy law services industry. Prior to becoming the President and CEO of BankruptcyWatch, Lance served as President of Lincoln Law where he spearheaded a collaborative effort to develop solutions to improve the quality, speed and effectiveness of the bankruptcy process.
Chief Technology Officer
Jonathan Turkanis studied mathematical logic, philosophy and law at the University of California, Berkeley. Jonathan has been working in the software industry since 1998. Among others, his major accomplishments included working on a major project funded by HSBC. He also developed one of the largest consumer bankruptcy credit counseling courses.
Jon brings a helpful background to the bankruptcy scene with experience as an account executive in the mortgage industry and serving in the Coast Guard as a training & education system financial manager. Jon holds a degree in business administration management which was presented to him by United States President Bill Clinton.
Ryan studied electrical engineering and computer science at the University of California, Berkeley. He has been a product manager for over two years overseeing initiatives to improve access to bankruptcy automation tools. Prior to BankruptcyWatch, Ryan was an engineer at Lyft where he worked on self-driving cars.