Loan Origination Systems, POS, Lender Automation & Technology Trends in 2004 Inside North America (shipping included)
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LOS technology is fast-changing. These days most LOS providers have systems that encompass business rules, workflow and business management, enterprise-wide solutions, as well as compatibility with other platforms. Many lenders now want or need to upgrade their capabilities.
BUT, How do you choose an LOS that is right for your company? What should you look for when shopping? What do vendors mean when they talk about an “end to end” solution or when they tell you that theirs is a “next-generation system?”
This comprehensive LOS report, based on vendor surveys, reviews current technology and products to help you sort it all out. It’s a must read for lenders and brokers who are acquiring or upgrading this key element in origination. You’ll find an analysis of current trends, do’s and don'ts, and what you should be looking for depending on your size and product mix.
You’ll find in-depth coverage of 35 top vendors and discussions on a dozen more—their unique features and strengths, contact information and which lenders are using which systems.
Loan Origination Systems’ chapters cover Challenges for Lenders, LOS Trends, Lender Opportunity Created by Websites’ Point of Sale and Back Office Systems, Beyond Single-Use Tools, What to Expect, Streamlining in Processes is Key, Successful Online Strategies, Important Next Steps in Lender Automation, Doing More with Less, Challenges for LOS Vendors, Collaboration for Survival, What an End-to-End System Means to a Lender, Buy versus Build Your System, How to Evaluate LOS Vendors.
This report will save you hundreds of hours of research and staff expenses. It is extremely useful for lenders, no matter what system you’re using now. LOS, POS, Lender Automation & Technology Trends in 2004 covers 35 firms in depth: 3t Systems, ABS, Alltel, ARC Systems, Avista Solutions, California Software, Decade Systems, Del Mar Database, Dexma, Dorado, Dynatek, Eastern Software, Ellie Mae, Eontec, FNIS, Framework, GHR Systems, LendingTree, LoanSoft, London Bridge Group, Mindbox, Mortgage Builder Software, MortgageBot, MortgageFlex, Netupdate, OpenClose, Provenir, RealEC Technologies and more.