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US Mortgage Corporation Chooses Loan Vision for Accounting Needs

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jul 21, 2017
Loan Vision has announced that Melville, N.Y.-based US Mortgage Corporation has made the decision to switch from Intuit Quickbooks to the Loan Vision accounting software for mortgage banks with plans to go live on the platform in September

Loan Vision has announced that Melville, N.Y.-based US Mortgage Corporation has made the decision to switch from Intuit Quickbooks to the Loan Vision accounting software for mortgage banks with plans to go live on the platform in September.
 
“US Mortgage Corporation performed an extensive analysis of its options for new accounting software before joining the Loan Vision family. This was a big decision for them,” said Martin Kerr, President of Bestborn Business Solutions, creators of Loan Vision. “I prefer it when a prospect looks deeply into the capabilities we offer and those offered by our competitors before making a decision. When they take the time to do this, it’s rare that they do not choose Loan Vision. I’m very pleased to welcome US Mortgage Corporation into our growing family.”
 
Scott Milner, President of US Mortgage Corporation, said, “The way this industry is set up, you really need something that's able to drill down on a loan level basis. So accounting software that doesn't even understand what that means wasn't going to be practical for us. We went with Loan Vision because it was already in the Cloud, it will be much more integrated with our other Microsoft Suite of services and it will provide quicker calculations and give us a lot more flexibility from a reporting standpoint.”

 
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