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National Mortgage Professional
Mar 16, 2009

Byte Software announces electronic document management for ByteProMortgagePress.comByte Software, electronic document management, BytePro, Joe Herb Byte Software, a leader in secure, affordable loan origination software for banks, credit unions and mortgage brokers have announced the addition of Electronic Document Management to its BytePro software. Electronic Document Management will be available in both BytePro Enterprise and BytePro Standard as part of a major software release coming this spring and will be included in the core software without additional fees for current Byte Software customers. BytePro will store the electronic documents on the customer's network, not on a remote server accessible only via the Internet. This configuration results in greater control over the documents, faster document access, higher system availability, low overhead, and ultimately greater productivity. Loan documents can be attached to the BytePro loan file from a variety of sources including e-mail, fax, scanners, or by simply dragging-and-dropping from a folder on the hard disk. Source documents can be in any common format, including PDF, TIFF, JPEG, HTML and DOC; the documents are ultimately stored in a PDF format. Once documents are stored within BytePro they can be viewed, printed, or securely e-mailed to the borrower or investor. "The addition of Electronic Document Management to our core software represents another step in the continuing evolution of our products," states Joe Herb, general manager of Byte Software. "We are particularly pleased to be able to include the feature in our core software at no additional cost, which will result in higher adoption rates and yield significant savings for Byte Software customers." For more information, visit
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