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DocuTech, Blueberry Systems integrate compliant docs into one data stream

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Nov 13, 2009

DocuTech, a provider of mortgage compliance services and documentation technology, and loan software provider Blueberry Systems of Greenwood Village, Colo. have integrated DocuTech’s Web-based document compliance system, ConformX with Blueberry Systems’ RELAY loan origination software (LOS). The integration adds complete document and disclosure compliance within RELAY’s workflow, keeping all loan data in one system and eliminating redundant data entry. RELAY incorporates ConformX’s document compliance rules into a single data stream, enabling lenders to immediately generate, print and send disclosures and documents using data already entered into the LOS. Lenders can access and generate the compliant loan documents from any computer with an Internet connection. ConformX is backed by DocuTech’s compliance staff, which guarantees that all mortgage document packages are accurate and complete. “Compliance is one of the fastest changing and most complex areas in mortgage lending right now,” said Wil Armstrong, CEO of Blueberry Systems. “DocuTech’s ConformX services provide our clients with a reliable and accurate method to ensure compliance both now and in the future.” RELAY is an LOS designed to remove data integrity issues by bringing all loan applications into one framework. Lenders can choose the best applications for each step of the loan process and never have to reenter data or log out of the main system. RELAY uses a Universal Data Model, where disparate applications are run in one universal system so the data itself is never compromised. ConformX securely delivers printed-paper, e-mail and Web-posting options from any Internet location around the world. Lenders can also customize business process rules to meet state and federal requirements, enhance security, require high-cost loan checks and ensure that only the needed documents are printed. “The easiest way to ensure that disclosures and documents are accurate and meet all regulatory guidelines is to ensure the data is correct,” said Ty Jenkins, CEO for DocuTech. “ConformX’s integration into Blueberry Systems’ RELAY eliminates the need to separately enter data, providing lenders with one workflow from the initial application to the closing table.” For more information, visit www.BlueberrySystems.com or www.docutechcorp.com.
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