Mortgage job losses leveling off? – NMP Skip to main content

Mortgage job losses leveling off?

National Mortgage Professional
May 26, 2008

Calyx releases Point and Point Data Server Version 6.1type author here..type keywords here..SEPERATE BY COMAS ONLY(,) Calyx Software, a provider of loan origination and processing software, has announced the release of Point and Point Data Server Versions 6.1. The latest version of the Point application includes a new loan status checklist that enables users to manage their workflow. Initial disclosure, closing documents and hazard insurance categories have also been integrated into the Calyx Network. Point Version 6.1 provides a number of new capabilities to streamline the loan process. Users can track the current status of a loan and manage their daily workflow by accessing a loan checklist viewable on every screen in Point, displaying the status of all incoming and outgoing loan documents. The banker screens in 6.1 have also been reorganized to support users daily workflow more effectively and new fields have been added for clarity in documentation tracking and reporting. Point marketing tools have been expanded, enabling users to easily create personalized letters, newsletters, promotional e-mails and mailing labels. Additionally, initial disclosures, closing documents and hazard insurance categories have been directly embedded into 6.1. Working within Point, users can now order all needed forms from a document provider. Users can easily print and send disclosures directly to the borrower in a timely fashion. With the new closing document platform, data can be entered into the system to generate reports within minutes of placing the order. Point users can also increase their level of customer service by generating a hazard insurance quote within seconds for their clients. Point Data Server software enables all of an organizations employees to access centralized loan files and templates with exceptional speed and security, no matter where they work. Point Data Server 6.1 includes a new automatic file synchronization capability, ensuring loan files reside on the central server rather than on an individuals computer. The feature enables business owners to keep loan data in sync throughout their organization. "Our goal is to ensure that Point and Point Data Server consistently remain the product of choice in the mortgage industry," said Dennis Boggs, senior vice president of Calyx Software. "The newest versions enable users to remain compliant, and work more efficiently while increasing the number of loans closed. Version 6.1 paves the way for some exciting additions to come in the near future." For more information, www.calyxsoftware.com.
Published
May 26, 2008
Mortgage Industry Will Soon Be ARMed To The Teeth

ARM loans might be a saving grace to borrowers who recently purchased a home, but it comes with risks.

Industry News
May 20, 2022
Battle Between Loan Originators Gets Sparkly and Dirty

Flowers is suing both Durosko and Peevey for these pranks, demanding compensation for their harmful acts, but that doesn’t tell the whole story. 

Industry News
May 18, 2022
FirstClose Receives $35M Investment From Lateral

Fintech says it will use the investment to expand its growing financial services footprint.

Industry News
May 18, 2022
Mortgage News Network Launches Podcast On Helping Underserved Borrowers

'Gated Communities' looks at why homeownership gap is increasing, and what lenders are doing to reverse the trend.

Industry News
May 17, 2022
Class Valuation Appoints EVP Of Valuation Modernization

Cristy Conolly will focus on removing bias from the equation in appraisals.

Industry News
May 17, 2022
Open Mortgage Appoints New Chief Financial Officer

Anthony Nolte, Open Mortgage's CFO since 2019, will transition to chief legal officer.

Industry News
May 17, 2022