Is your LOS Fueling your Productivity in this Refi Boom?

Market conditions are changing fast due to fluctuating interest rates and coronavirus concerns. Lenders are finding out how adaptable their LOS is as they deal with a rapid increase in refi volume, and as you may know, high volume markets reveal all the gaps and bottlenecks in your current process and technology.

We know you’re busy, but if the thought has crossed your mind, ‘there has to be a better way!’ then we’ve gathered experts from Mortgage Cadence and Newbold Advisors to share with you modern capabilities that lending technology has to offer that will take your lending performance to the next level.

We’ll share with you the following:

  • Why change?
  • Identifying your gaps bottlenecks
  • Documenting your current process
  • Mapping your existing tech footprint
  • Modern capabilities for lending technology today
  • What to consider when working with a consultant

Date & Time: April 8, 1pm CST
Company: Mortgage Cadence

Cate Dalton
EVP Customer Advocacy
Mortgage Cadence

Pamela Herrmann
VP of Marketing
Mortgage Cadence
Arleen Scavone
Principal
Newbold Advisors

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