D+H, a provider of secure and reliable technology solutions to domestic and global financial institutions, announced its agreement to integrate its Mortgagebot loan origination software platform with Optimal Blue’s cloud-based solutions.

The integration will enable lenders to access Optimal Blue product and pricing functionality without leaving the MortgagebotLOS environment.

"The integration of our best-of-breed offerings will add tremendous value for mortgage lenders looking to increase profitability and efficiency while mitigating risk,” said Larry Huff, co-founder and co-CEO of Optimal Blue.

With Optimal Blue’s lending solutions available, lenders are able to perform secondary marketing functions, automate lock policies and processes, and receive both real-time and historical detailed pricing information while building and maintaining loan products, profitability and branch structures.

"We understand how important it is for our clients to maintain a seamless experience throughout all stages of the origination workflow," said Bill Neville, president of D+H USA.

Once a loan has been sourced and priced through Optimal Blue, they are processed by MortgagebotLOS for submission to preferred lenders. Users also have the option to pre-qualify borrowers by leveraging Optimal Blue’s automated underwriting capabilities.

In reverse, lenders using Optimal Blue’s pipeline risk management, loan allocation and hedge advisory services will receive real-time loan data from D+H’s MortgagebotLOS.

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