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FICS Announces the Release of Its Mortgage Servicer API Tool

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jul 22, 2015
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Financial Industry Computer Systems Inc. (FICS) has announced the release of its new Mortgage Servicer API solution to enable customers to integrate mortgage servicer functionality into their automated and/or scheduled workflow. Using the tools, servicers can configure unattended execution of programs and reports, such as end-of-day programs, monthly close outs, and customized modules that interface with the core system.

Available through Mortgage Servicer, Version 8.20, Mortgage Servicer API aims to eliminate the potential for human error, while saving institutions valuable time and resources performing routine tasks, such as running batch programs after hours or printing monthly statements.

“With our Mortgage Servicer API, we’ve further expanded upon our existing product with pre-defined functions that will allow our customers to significantly streamline processes within their institutions,” said Susan Graham, president and COO of FICS. “By implementing the Mortgage Servicer API, our customers will not only experience increased operational efficiency, but also a more effective utilization of their staff’s time.”

Published
Jul 22, 2015
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