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Fiserv integrates Mortgagebot in loan origination software
MEQUON, Wis., and BROOKFIELD, Wis. (5/16/08)--Fiserv Inc. has integrated its easyLENDER and UniFi PRO loan origination software (LOS) solutions with Mortgagebot PowerSite Pro, a point-of-sale software solution, to help loan officers at credit unions or other financial applications take mortgage applications. More than 150 financial institutions use a Fiserv loan origination solution in conjunction with Mortgagebot PowerSite, the companies said in a press release Tuesday. “Deploying our PowerSite product suite enables lenders to benefit from an enterprise-wide point-of-sale solution that borrowers, call center staff, branch personnel and loan officers can use to generate error-free mortgage applications,” said Dan Welbaum, Mortgagebot chief marketing officer. Fiserv and Mortgagebot also have created advanced data-integration options for lenders to directly transfer borrower information and application data captured by PowerSite Pro into easyLENDER or UniFi PRO. Mortgagebot provides loan-application technology solutions to mortgage lenders. Fiserv provides information management and electronic commerce systems and services to financial institutions, including credit unions.


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