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Avista Solutions completes integration with Kroll for credit checks

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jun 22, 2010

Avista Solutions, a Web-based mortgage loan origination software (LOS) company, has announced the completion of its integration with verification service company Kroll Factual Data. This direct integration allows Avista Solutions customers to pull credit through Kroll without leaving the Avista Agile LOS system. “We’ve had many customers request access to Kroll for credit reports,” said Avista Solutions Chief Executive Officer Mark Phlieger. “We are pleased to be able to provide this direct integration to meet our customers’ requests.” “The integration will be very beneficial for our mutual clients,” said Jeff Gentry, Kroll Factual Data’s vice president of business development. “Avista Solutions seems to be taking a hold and growing in this industry, so it’s also is a great partnership opportunity for Kroll Factual Data. And we have a significant market share for credit reporting, so if a potential Avista client already uses Kroll, the transition will be that much easier.”  The Avista Agile LOS origination platform lets users create loan applications online through the system or import applications from external loan origination software. The consumer Web site portal allows lenders to provide their customers online loan application, status updates, loan officer Web pages, and even online disclosure and immediate approval at the lender’s option.  For more information, visit www.AvistaSolutions.com or www.krollfactualdata.com.  
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