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Mortgage Cadence Announces Third generation of Borrower Center

Mortgage Cadence, an Accenture company, announced the launch of the third generation of its Borrower Center. The company hopes to expand the borrower self-service capabilities and enhance the origination workflow of its Enterprise Lender Center platform.

According to Mortgage Cadence, this new release of Mortgage Cadence’s cloud-based technology should provide a superior experience for borrowers and a more-efficient, cost effective process for lenders. The company’s list of features for the third generation of Borrower center include:

  • The ability to allow borrowers to create a secure account to which they return throughout the origination cycle to virtually collaborate and check the progress of their loan, upload documents, view conditions, and communicate with their lender.
  • A single system of record which gives lenders a single piece of technology and to ensure data integrity and security and helps to ensure compliance.
  • Easy to use admin tools so lenders have complete controls over page names, content, titles, fields, and button names.
  • Branding and styling opportunities, so that lenders may easily match the experience of their website.

“Mortgage Cadence continues to lead the way in borrower-facing technologies—a road we started down almost two decades ago,” said Trevor Gauthier, Mortgage Cadence’s President and COO. “It’s exciting to release this next-generation borrower portal with the sole purpose of advancing our digital suite of technologies to ensure that our customers stay at the forefront of the lending industry.”

About Author: Seth Welborn

Seth Welborn is a Harding University graduate with a degree in English and a minor in writing. He is a contributing writer for MReport. An East Texas Native, he has studied abroad in Athens, Greece and works part-time as a photographer.

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