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Mortech Joins Forces With INTEGRA Software Systems

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jun 11, 2014

Mortech has announced a new integration with INTEGRA Software Systems, developers of Destiny loan origination software (LOS). A new streamlined setup process now allows any user of INTEGRA’s Destiny platform to access Mortech’s Marksman functionality, including the product and pricing engine, and secondary marketing services. “The integration with INTEGRA gives Mortech the ability to reach a larger customer base via the Marksman product and pricing eligibility engine,” said Doug Foral, general manager at Mortech. “The new process will also make it significantly easier for an INTEGRA Destiny user to access the power of the Marksman suite to streamline their mortgage lending operations.” INTEGRA 3-in-1 Destiny is an enterprise-level LOS. In the past, integrating an outside product pricing and eligibility engine with a platform such as INTEGRA’s Destiny was handled manually on a case-by-case basis. The new integration makes setup seamless and allows pricing data to be exported directly from Marksman into the INTEGRA LOS without the user leaving Marksman. Lenders will receive full rate-spread information, including detailed information necessary for qualified mortgage and other compliance checks, with easy access to Marksman’s Lock-in Pro feature to lock the interest rate. “Closing more loans in less time and with lower costs requires an LOS with comprehensive functionality,” said Jerry Pratt, president, INTEGRA Software Systems. “Today’s lenders are looking for a single software system to handle all of their loan origination needs. That only works when you include best-of-breed functionality from partners like Mortech. In a complex lending environment, INTEGRA is committed to bringing the best software tools to our customers, as we’ve been doing since 1996.”
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Jun 11, 2014
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