Michael Miller: Bridging the Digital Divide of People, Process & Technology

Bill Belichick, one of the most successful coaches in professional football history, once said a team is “not the strength of the individual players, but it is the strength of the unit and how they all function together.” Such wisdom surely resonates with many business leaders in our industry. But how well do they live by it?

Matt Johnner: ‘The Last Frontier of Lending’

Today, everything from mortgage lending to online banking uses technology to help save time. In the past few years, technology has gone from a luxury to a necessity and with that shift has come a flood of new technologies that automate nearly every process out there. This is also true of mortgage lending.

Nancy Alley: eClosing Best Practices, Part II: Driving Adoption with Key Stakeholders

There’s more to adopting a digital mortgage strategy than simply using the necessary technologies and processes. Successful adoption also depends on getting clear and explicit buy-in from key stakeholders, such as borrowers, lender team members and settlement agents. By getting these crucial groups on board, lenders can then make the digital mortgage experience intuitive, consistent and repeatable.

Nancy Alley: eClosing Best Practices, Part II: Driving Adoption with Key Stakeholders

There’s more to adopting a digital mortgage strategy than simply using the necessary technologies and processes. Successful adoption also depends on getting clear and explicit buy-in from key stakeholders, such as borrowers, lender team members and settlement agents. By getting these crucial groups on board, lenders can then make the digital mortgage experience intuitive, consistent and repeatable.

Nancy Alley: eClosing Best Practices, Part II: Driving Adoption with Key Stakeholders

There’s more to adopting a digital mortgage strategy than simply using the necessary technologies and processes. Successful adoption also depends on getting clear and explicit buy-in from key stakeholders, such as borrowers, lender team members and settlement agents. By getting these crucial groups on board, lenders can then make the digital mortgage experience intuitive, consistent and repeatable.