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Benedict Group Adds Series of Data Bridges

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 14, 2013

Benedict Group Inc. (BGI) has announced that it has added a series of automated data bridges between its LOANS! For .Net loan servicing software and the CRE Loan Origination and Asset Management software of The Rockport Group. The new bridges provide support for sharing application, loan, occupancy, lease, and financial statement data between the two systems, and are available with the standard LOANS! For .Net software. Once the links are activated, all of the data brought over from Rockport can be viewed on LOANS! For .Net’s screens and reports and accessed with LOANS! For .Net’s integrated report writer and data exporter. BGI integrated the two systems at the request of one of its larger clients, an $8 billion commercial lender. “One of our ongoing goals is to make our LOANS! For .Net software as open as possible, so we’ve been adding a series of automated bridges across a wide range of areas. We feel this Rockport integration will be especially helpful for institutional lenders who require the sophistication of both Rockport’s origination software and our servicing software” said Tom Scott, Benedict Group’s director of business development.
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Mar 14, 2013
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