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Calyx Launches Point and PointCentral 7.6

Apr 19, 2012

Calyx Software has announced the launch of Point and PointCentral 7.6. This latest version updates compliance functionality and offers improved integration with interface vendors to help clients further streamline mortgage operations. In response to client requests and compliance needs, Point 7.6 introduces a Uniform Collateral Data Portal (UCDP) screen for efficient delivery of Uniform Appraisal Dataset (UAD) files to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The Uniform Loan Delivery Dataset (ULDD) reporting functionality, which Calyx offers at no additional charge, has been enhanced with additional fields in the XML file. A new RegulatorConnect report will help Calyx users submit e-Exam data to auditors. In an effort to further streamline user operations, Calyx enhanced the interfaces with closing doc vendors with additional fields. Additionally, interfacing with LoanScoreCard is streamlined with shortcut buttons in multiple locations. PointCentral 7.6 offers users stronger security with password management and administration of file operations for specific users or user groups. It also gives administrators the ability to assign other user’s files to another user or user group. PointCentral administrators will also experience greater flexibility using business rules with additional comparisons to rules definitions. “We’ve been looking forward to launching 7.6 because it offers numerous new features and updated forms,” said Jody Collup, director of marketing for Calyx Software. “While there are a few compliance updates, functionality and upgrades were our main focus for this release and we’ve been able to address our most popular client requests. Many of our users will benefit even further with the May 10 WebCaster update that powers the new eDisclosure feature in Point 7.6 and makes automated document request, collection, and storage a very convenient reality.”
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Apr 19, 2012
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