Industry Briefs Nov. 21, 2023

Entrust Introduces Verified Signing Solution

Entrust, Minneapolis, announced Entrust Verified Signing, intended to raise the level of trust and assurance in digital transactions and agreements.

It integrates identity verification and identity and access management with digital signatures on both sides of transactions–whether as part of an existing business processes or as a turnkey electronic signature solution.

Entrust Verified Signing can enable identity authentication from multiple sources, including public eID schemes, corporate identities, ID cards or passports, and digital certificates issued by a trusted certificate authority (CA) or qualified trust service provider (QTSP).

Dovenmuehle Adds New Features

Dovenmuehle, Lake Zurich, Ill., announced it has added loss draft notification and secure messaging features to its borrower-facing mortgage subservicing platform.

The loss draft notification feature allows borrowers with pending loss draft claims to receive in-app notifications for each claim, and the access to basic information and updates on individual disbursements. For clients, it can ensure lenders stay current on their borrowers’ loss draft claims.

The secure messaging feature gives borrowers the ability, within the self-serve application, to connect directly with representatives and resolve questions. It is fully integrated with the company’s Loan Service Desk.

LodeStar Announces Integration with nCino’s Mortgage Suite

LodeStar Software Solutions, Philadelphia, announced an integration with the nCino, Wilmington, N.C., mortgage suite.

LodeStar says it is the first independent closing fee technology to be incorporated in the nCino Mortgage Suite’s dual automated underwriting systems feature.

“Dual AUS functionality within nCino’s Mortgage Suite makes it easy for lenders to qualify the borrower’s best fit from a broad array of loan products without compromising on delivering an exceptional borrower experience,” said Lori Brewer, Vice President of Product at nCino. “With instant closing cost estimates from LodeStar, nCino’s Mortgage Suite can now generate accurate scenarios for any product.”

CUSO Home Lending Rolls Out Dark Matter’s Empower LOS

CUSO Home Lending, Hampden, Maine, has made Empower LOS, from Dark Matter Technologies, Jacksonville, Fla., available to its credit union owners.

The feature allows credit unions to offer individualized branding, products and pricing.

“Technology has become a central focus of our business strategy because of the value it drives for our credit union owners and partners, and the superior mortgage experience it enables us to deliver to consumers,” said CUSO Home Lending President and CEO Lori Michaud. “We evaluated a lot of potential origination technologies, and Dark Matter’s Empower LOS stood out for its highly advanced automation, the knowledge of its staff and its ability to individualize our credit unions’ sites with their own branding, products and pricing.”