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Blueberry Systems launches remotely hosted loan platform solution

Mar 22, 2010

Blueberry Systems LLC has announced the introduction of its remotely hosted loan platform solution, RELAYRemote. By offering RELAY as software-as-a-service (SaaS), Blueberry Systems offers lower upfront costs, fewer IT resource requirements, remote user access and rapid implementation. “We are excited about the additional flexibility provided to our customers,” said Blueberry Systems President Lloyd Booth. “This not only presents a great option for those lenders interested in shoring up their data quality and compliance, but makes our unique solution accessible to more lenders, community banks, and credit unions than ever before.” Launched in 2008, RELAY is a highly-flexible, fully-customizable loan production platform that enables lenders to seamlessly and easily integrate disparate technology solutions. RELAY ensures data integrity and compliance throughout the mortgage process through the use of a universal data model, which includes an unlimited number of editable fields in its dataset. Meanwhile, the proprietary Conductor technology makes one system or application native to another under a robust data audit framework. Together, RELAY’s technology and data management model drastically reduce investor re-pricing and buybacks. RELAYRemote is immediately available to any user with an Internet-enabled workstation. Clients can have their data hosted in a secure, SAS 70 Type II certified data center. “In addition to greater security than standard Web-based solutions, this approach provides considerably improved performance and a richer user experience,” Booth added. Blueberry Systems currently has a hosted demonstration site available by request through its Web site. The demonstration site offers a real-world working environment displaying an accurate representation of both RELAY’s functionality and its performance in the hosted environment. For more information, visit
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