Alliant Credit Union Selects New Lending Technology

first_imgAlliant Credit Union Selects New Lending Technology June 27, 2012 498 Views Share “”LenderLive Network Inc.””:www.lenderlive.com/ is welcoming a new client for its loan fulfillment program. The company recently announced that Illinois-based “”Alliant Credit Union””:www.alliantcreditunion.org/ has selected LenderLive’s end-to-end mortgage servicing platform, eOriginator.[IMAGE]In choosing LenderLive, Alliant will enable the credit union’s loan officers and correspondent lenders to directly upload loan applications, for automatic submission to the technology company’s underwriting review process. [COLUMN_BREAK]In an official statement, LenderLive noted that Alliant will now be “”able to focus on growing their mortgage business without having to assign internal resources to process fulfillment and provide regulatory updates.””Alliant’s mortgage production manager, John Sweitzer, said of the credit union’s decision, “”Partnering with LenderLive was an easy decision to make. The company has the sophisticated technology we needed, as well as established key relationships with many of our business partners which is paramount to our success. “”When considering a company to do business with, we knew what we did not want based on previous experience. LenderLive has the key ingredients that made the company a natural fit for us,”” he added.Echoing Sweitzer’s positive commentary, LenderLive’s CEO, Rick Seehausen, stated, “”Community-based lending is vital to the financial industry’s future, and credit unions continue to emerge as valuable mortgage market players. LenderLive is uniquely qualified to work with credit unions, such as Alliant, because we understand and compliment the relationships they have with their members, and we also have deep mortgage process expertise as evidenced by our tenure in the industry.””center_img Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Company News Credit Unions Investors Lenders & Servicers Processing Service Providers 2012-06-27 Abby Gregory in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing, Technologylast_img

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