Since joining Black Knight from Fidelity National Information Services in April 2018, Anthony Jabbour has worked to improve upon Black Knight’s already strong foundation as one of the top technology companies in the housing business.

Under Jabbour’s leadership, Black Knight has become a leader in the digital mortgage space, developing technology that improves the home buying and home owning experience for all parties involved, including financial institutions, consumers, settlement agents, Realtors and real estate agents. 

In his time at Black Knight, Jabbour has led the development of several Black Knight products that are helping to transform the mortgage industry. One of those products is Black Knight’s Servicing Digital solution, a mobile app and responsive site that helps homeowners access important data about their home, loan and neighborhood from their mobile device or laptop, but it also provides them with the ability to make loan payments from their phones, if they choose.

Black Knight recently moved into AI with the development of AIVA, an AI virtual assistant. Jabbour also challenged Black Knight’s developers, engineers and product teams to develop tools that provide clients with actionable business intelligence and data visualization, which the company did with its Actionable Intelligence Platform and Rapid Analytics Platform. The AIP is a unified framework that delivers business intelligence across the loan life cycle, while RAP is a cloud-based, virtual analytics lab where data scientists and quantitative analysts can create their own analytics based on their own data assets, as well as Black Knight’s data and analytics.

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