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Illinois thrift creates reverse mortgage subsidiary

National Mortgage Professional
Jan 11, 2007

Zoot releases new version of business rules and logic developerMortgagePress.comBusiness rules and logic software Zoot Enterprises has released version 6.1 of WebRules, an object-oriented graphical interface for the development and ongoing management of custom business rules and logic. Version 6.1's enhancements include integration with Zoot's Diakon test file modification tool. The improved functionality is available to all previous users of WebRules. Bozeman, Mont.-based Zoot Enterprises is a provider of instant credit decisioning and loan origination solutions. For more information, call (406) 586-5050 or visit www.zootweb.com.
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