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eLynx Announces the Launch of Its New Web Site
Jan 14, 2011

eLynx, a portfolio company of American Capital, has announced the launch of its new Web site at The company launched the new site, in part, to help mortgage lenders increase adoption of paperless lending, while remaining in compliance with government and investor requirements. "Information is critical in any industry, but incorrect information in our business can mean significant increased risk and exposure to a lending institution," said Sharon Matthews, eLynx president and chief executive officer. "There are many excellent resources available to lenders today and the Resource Center on our new Web site adds to that knowledge base. What makes our Resource Center unique is that it allows us to share our experience and resources with lenders intent on getting paper out of their systems." For the past six years, eLynx has hosted a series of industry executive roundtable events, called IdeaWorks, which have brought industry thought leaders together to discuss key issues impacting their businesses. In 2010, the company launched an IdeaWorks group on, where that conversation continues. With the new site, eLynx hopes to provide additional resources to its lender clients. Visitors to the eLynx Web site can simply click the “Resources” tab to get access to a depository of industry information. Some of the information is hosted on other services, but links make it easily accessible to Web site visitors. For more information, visit  
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