Items Tagged with 'Technology'

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  • ARMCO goes toe-to-toe with fraud

    Launches fraud investigation technology
    Although there may be no immediate resolution for fraud in the housing industry, some companies are putting forth an effort to reduce the risk of deception. Amongst these companies includes ARMCO, who recently announced the launch of its Fraud Case Manager, the industry’s "first” fraud investigation technology.
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  • Mortgage lender closes doors after failing to invest in tech

    Sells assets to Finance of America Mortgage
    American Equity Mortgage closed its doors for good after its failure to invest in technology made it unable to compete with other mortgage lenders. Many lenders hope that investing in digital mortgages will help cut back on costs as competition rises, but for American Equity Mortgage, that investment was simply too little, too late.
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  • Unity Bank, Finastra announce partnership

    Companies aim to streamline digital lending process
    This week, Unity Bank, a Wisconsin-based lender, announced a partnership with HW Tech100 winner Finastra to streamline its Total Lending solution. Unity Bank Chief Credit Officer Darrin Wilson said Total Lending will offer customers the best possible experience while growing its lending business through improved operational efficiencies.
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  • Pavaso adds remote online notarization feature to eClosing platform

    Feature added to meet growing demand for online notarizations
    This week, mortgage technology provider Pavaso introduced a new remote online notarization tool to its Digital Close eClosing platform to meet the growing demand for remote notarizations. Pavaso's Nancy Pratt said that the tool, known as RON, "is a strong indicator that the mortgage and settlement industries are evolving."
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  • Movement Mortgage launches innovative technology competition

    Competitors could win $25,000
    Movement Mortgage launched its inaugural Movement Crowdsource Challenge, a competition to develop a new mobile operating system for loan officers. Ten technology firms will have the opportunity to win $25,000 prize, and a contract to co-develop the solution into a full-scale commercial product.
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  • From HW Magazine

    The rise of the robots

    Has your job already been terminated?
    Artificial Intelligence relies on increased data volumes, advanced algorithms, and improvements in computing power and storage, according to computer analytics firm SAS; all of which is available today. AI requires no human intervention and can make decisions on its own. This ability to move from strength to strength is defined by the Harvard Business Review as Machine Learning (ML).
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  • From HW Magazine

    How title companies can exploit blockchain

    Digital ledger technology promises more efficiency and security, but hurdles remain
    The multiple characteristics of blockchain make it an incredibly attractive mechanism across industries. It provides an unchangeable, time-stamped ledger that allows for real-time and simultaneous input. It is the perfect set-up for industries where transactions are routinely moved from entity to entity or business to business and where records need to be verified and audited. Naturally, therefore, in the world of title and real estate, blockchain provides an incredibly innovative platform.
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