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National Mortgage Professional
Jun 28, 2006

Byte Software creates SQL Server-based version of ByteProMortgagePress.comSQL loan origination software, Byte Software Byte Software has released BytePro Enterprise, a new version of its BytePro loan origination software based on service-oriented architecture, which employs Microsoft SQL Server technology. BytePro Enterprise contains all data in a central database. When a change is made to the data, the entire organization can see the changes in real time, ensuring accuracy and saving time. For a company with multiple branches, storing the information in a central location enables management to view the entire pipeline quickly without first having to aggregate widespread data. Byte Software is a provider of loan origination software based in Philadelphia. For more information, call (800) 695-1008 or visit www.bytesoftware.com.
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Jun 28, 2006
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