Sierra Pacific joins with Tavant Technologies to launch technology transformation roadmap

Lender expanding eClosing capabilities

Sierra Pacific Mortgage has partnered with Tavant Technologies to design and implement a technology transformation roadmap.

Sierra Pacific Mortgage is the 10th largest privately held lender in the nation, and is currently celebrating its 30th anniversary. Tavant Technologies was recognized by HousingWire Magazine as one of the most innovative tech companies in housing in the 2016 HW Tech100 awards.

Tavant will develop a single origination platform for the retail channel, consolidating origination and key fulfillment functions from the disparate systems with integrations to SPM’s enterprise data systems. The origination platform will become the foundation for all channels, which include retail, wholesale, correspondent and consumer-direct.

The platform will give loan officers lead management and point-of-sale tools as well as improved collaboration between all stakeholders.

“Tavant has established its name as a forward-thinking, knowledgeable and proven technology partner in the mortgage space,” Sierra Pacific Mortgage COO Gary Clark said. “We look forward to working with them on our origination platform.”

“Tavant’s solution will help us enhance our online presence, improve efficiency, customer service, and provide seamless interaction between our consumers and originators,” he said.

Tavant will use its surround and extend strategy to scale the current system with advanced functionalities. Full mobile capabilities, eClosing, compliance controls, comprehensive dashboards, multichannel communication and alternative pricing scenarios will all be included in the functionalities. 

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