Fintech

Tech priorities for 2021

Mortgage lenders and servicers are faced with a dizzying array of tech products, but before they go shopping or make changes, they should understand their priorities in such a tumultuous time. How can they make sure they are investing in solutions that can drive both efficiency and scale? What special considerations should be taken into account during extended work-from-home scenarios? We’ve got Ari Gross, CEO of Softworks AI, Katherine Campbell, chief digital officer at Assurance Financial, and Scott Petronis, founder of Xcentric Consulting, to offer their expertise and insight on what will have the most impact going forward.

In the session, panelists forecast what’s ahead by looking at tech priorities for 2021.

“We’d like to see RON get further on board, but then to get to the next experience level – you can apply, you can eSign, you can do your disclosures online, you can get an eNote and some places you can do a RON,” Campbell said. “It’s now time for AI. It’s time for artificial intelligence to come in and really enhance that experience. And that is where we are headed next year for sure.”

Watch the full session below. To go back to the full HousingWire Annual 2020 on demand summit, go here.

Panelist:

  • Dr. Ari Gross, CEO, SoftWorks AI
  • Katherine Campbell, Chief Digital Officer, Assurance Financial
  • Scott Pertronis, Founder, Xcentric Consulting
The rest of this content is for HW+ members. Join today with an HW+ Membership! Already a member? log in

HW+ includes weekly long-form digital content, HousingWire Magazine, access to HousingStack, and free admission to all HousingWire virtual events.

Get $75 off your initial membership with coupon code “intro75”.

Panel brought to you by: 

logoforsite

Most Popular Articles

The housing market faced uncertainty in March, but now ‘it’s a circus’

The housing market faced a lot of uncertainty when COVID-19 caused the real estate industry to pause under shut-downs, but low interest rates and the desire for more space have turned this year into a boom time for real estate agents.

Oct 21, 2020 By

Latest Articles

The housing bubble boys blew it in 2020

The NAR existing home sales report released today blew out all estimates with 6,540,000 in existing home sales. This epic headline punctured any 2020 bubbles the housing bubble boys had left in their arsenal. But before we get too excited, keep in mind we are still down 0.2% year to date compared to 2019 levels. Still, this seems like a booming housing market, right?

Oct 22, 2020 By
3d rendering of a row of luxury townhouses along a street

Log In

Forgot Password?

Don't have an account? Please