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Mortgagebot allies with PCLender.com
MEQUON, Wis. (9/29/09)--Mortgagebot announced a new alliance with PCLender.com to recommend the Mortgagebot PowerSite point-of-sale (POS) platform to PCLender’s clients and prospects as a preferred solution. PowerSite is a hosted software solution. It handles mortgage application, pricing and approval processes for more than 900 lenders nationwide, including credit unions. PCLender.com is a provider of web-based mortgage lending solutions. The alliance will allow PCLender.com clients to access mortgage POS tools to help them serve borrowers, manage greater application volume and maintain regulatory compliance, Mortgagebot said. “Mortgage lenders are increasingly turning to advanced POS automation as a means of reducing costs, increasing efficiency and providing better service,” said Dan Welbaum, Mortgagebot chief marketing officer. The PowerSite platform has three parts: PowerSite Consumer, a self-serve mortgage website; PowerSite Advisor, which allows non-mortgage associates to take mortgage applications after a brief training session; and PowerSite Pro, an add-on product for loan officers.


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