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MRG Integrates With PowerLender LOS

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 15, 2011

MRG Document Technologies (MRG), a provider of mortgage document preparation software and compliance technology to banks, credit unions and other lenders nationwide, has announced that it has completed an integration with Middleburg Heights, Ohio-based Associated Software Consultants (ASC). The integration gives lenders access to MRG’s MIRACLE Online electronic document preparation system within ASC’s PowerLender Loan Origination System (LOS). ASC’s customers benefit from the efficiency of automated document compliance and the security of guaranteed compliance backed by a team of mortgage banking attorneys. “Integrating PowerLender with MRG’s MIRACLE Online enables ASC to further support our customers’ compliance initiatives with the tools needed to increase loan production, speed up loan turnaround times and mitigate risk,” said John Liston, origination products director for ASC. “Lenders also have the added convenience of accessing MRG’s closing packages directly through PowerLender.” Using the integrated solutions, ASC’s customers reduce loan turnaround time and increase accuracy due to the automated import and export of data between systems. In addition, MRG’s staff of attorneys provides the support and regulatory monitoring necessary to ensure loans are meeting the latest regulatory demands. “MRG strives to provide the technology and one-on-one support that helps lenders remain ahead of industry changes,” said Kathleen Mantych, senior marketing director at MRG. “With our in-house team of experts and a fully automated system, MRG offers end-to-end compliance support that allows ASC’s customers to conveniently access guaranteed compliant mortgage loan documents customized to their lending program.”
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