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Byte Software names 10 new service providers to BytePro

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Apr 26, 2010

Byte Software has added 10 new service providers to BytePro, its flagship loan origination software solution. The new service providers offer a range of real estate settlement services, from credit reporting to appraisal services to flood determination. The new service providers in BytePro are: ►Accurate Financial Services (Credit Reporting) ►AppraiserLoft (Appraisal Valuation) ►Cal Coast Credit Reports (Credit Reporting) ►KCB Information Services (Credit Reporting) ►Credit Information Systems (Credit Reporting) ►Credit Data Corporation (Credit Reporting) ►Document Express (Flood Determination) ►LPS Flood (Flood Determination) ►StreetLinks National Appraisal Services (Appraisal Valuation) ►1 Source Data (Credit Reporting) Two additional service providers will also become available in the coming months: Lender Support Systems Inc. (LSSI) will offer document preparation services and Mortgage Connect will provide title services. The new partner interfaces were added using ByteLink, Byte Software's partner program, which uses standardized MISMO transactions to seamlessly communicate information from BytePro to the service provider. The interfaces allows for two-way communication so that the completed documents, such as appraisal reports, are accessible directly from within BytePro. ByteLink also allows for instant deployment of newly developed interfaces to the BytePro user base, eliminating the need for the end user to manually update their software. “With the addition of these 10 new settlement services, Byte Software continues the tradition of providing quick and seamless access to the services our customers need,” said Joe Herb, Byte Software’s general manager. For more information, visit www.bytesoftware.com.
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