Ellie Mae Launches Encompass Partner Training and Certification Program
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Ellie Mae Launches Encompass Partner Training and Certification Program

May 10, 2019
Ellie Mae has announced that it has launched a new major release of its Encompass Digital Lending Platform
Ellie Mae has launched the Ellie Mae Pro Consulting Partner Program, designed to accelerate the adoption of Ellie Mae’s Encompass digital mortgage solution and provide a broader range of high-quality consulting options for Ellie Mae customers. Through the Ellie Mae Pro Consulting Partner Program, consulting partners will be offered training and certification opportunities, along with deeper access to Ellie Mae resources, all designed to ensure customers receive exceptional consulting services.
 
“As we continue to build and expand our business, the Ellie Mae Pro Consulting Partner Program will help us scale and accelerate our delivery of the true digital mortgage,” said Jonathan Corr, Ellie Mae president and CEO. “This unique program will give consulting partners the training, marketing opportunities and resources to build and grow their businesses. Additionally, we will be able to offer our customers more insight into partner capabilities and expertise.”
 
By joining the Ellie Mae Pro Partner Consulting Program, consulting partners will have access to the following tools, resources and support: Encompass test and development environments; regular product updates and best practices coaching; discounted individual training and achievement programs; corporate listing in online partner directory; promotional marketing and sponsorship opportunities; and an Ellie Mae branding toolkit.
 
“As we drive toward offering our lenders a true digital mortgage, the Ellie Mae Pro Consulting Partner Program is a critical component of our professional services strategy and ability to scale,” said Shea Haley, Ellie Mae’s senior vice president of professional services. “This program enables us to leverage the skills and expertise of our partners while strengthening our own evolving organization.”

 
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