According to the companies, the integration of Quicken’s Rocket Mortgage technology with ConformX will allow the Detroit-based lender to generate mortgage documents in a more user-friendly manner, with the goal of enhancing the lending process.
“As a company driven by providing the best, most client-centric solutions, we are excited to be working with Docutech to implement ConformX,” said Tim Birkmeier, chief revenue officer for Quicken Loans. “Their product allows us to automatically generate documents, eliminating any potential for human error, which helps our clients get to the closing table faster.”
Amy Brandt, president and CEO of Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Docutech, said: “Docutech’s ConformX engine is the industry’s leading solution for creating document packages and now supports more than 30 percent of the nation’s total mortgage volume representing over $500 billion in loan value as measured by the 2019 HMDA report reflecting 2018 volumes. We are thrilled to support Quicken Loans in providing smart, compliant, and streamlined mortgage origination documents to enable borrowers to benefit from a more efficient and straightforward mortgage experience.”