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Origence Debuts Its End-to-End Origination Platform

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Oct 25, 2019
Docutech has announced an agreement to integrate with Origence, a provider of lending technology and solutions to the financial services industry

Origence has announced the launch of the Origence mortgage lending platform, a highly automated platform that enables lenders to streamline the mortgage process, improve efficiency, increase sales opportunities and deliver a better borrower experience. Origence is an end-to-end system that combines powerful point-of-sale and origination tools to accelerate a lender’s loan production and improve closing rates, while significantly reducing costs. The platform is scalable and configurable to meet the evolving needs of any mortgage organization.
 
“For years, lenders have been searching for a new mortgage platform that is capable of doing much more than current loan origination system (LOS) offerings, most of which were created years ago,” said Roger Hull, president and chief product officer of Origence. “As a thriving fintech company with a team of hundreds, we’ve leveraged our considerable resources to create a platform that can power a lender’s business for years to come—one that delivers an optimal digital experience for both lenders and borrowers alike.”
 
Origence provides everything lenders need to accelerate and enhance their customer experience, including tools that automate the borrower’s application process and overall lending journey. The platform also provides point-of-sale and fulfillment tools that empower lenders to reduce friction in the mortgage process. It includes automated file assignment, conditioning and tasking, as well as an open application programming interface (API) and microservices architecture for smoother integrations with third-party technologies and services.
 
"The lenders we are talking to are excited about the Origence platform’s automation features, such as its ability to automate orders from third parties and retrieve both data and documents, which reduces the need to rekey information manually,” Hull said. “We’re also getting amazing feedback on how our highly configurable platform enables lenders to create their own workflows and improve business efficiency. And because the platform is built with current technologies, our clients will be able to avoid the common hassles associated with older platforms, such as system downtime and the constant need for workarounds. We are confident we’ve created nothing less than the mortgage platform of the future.”

 
Published
Oct 25, 2019
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