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National Mortgage Professional
Nov 06, 2006

ComplianceEase releases TPO ManagerMortgagePress.comAutomated underwriting solutions ComplianceEase has released TPO Manager, a third-party originator management solution that enables more efficient broker and correspondent lender relationships. TPO Manager automates the approval, licensing verification and relationship management of third-party originators, making the process of broker and correspondent lender approval and management faster, more accurate and more cost-effective. Burlingame, Calif.-based ComplianceEase, a division of LogicEase Solutions Inc., is a provider of business solutions to the financial services industry. For more information, call (866) 212-3273 or visit www.complianceease.com.
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