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Primary Residential Mortgage Wins Ellie Mae Hall of Fame Award

For the second year in a row, Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. (PRMI), one of the nation’s top mortgage lenders, was an honored recipient of Ellie Mae’s 2018 Hall of Fame Award announced at Ellie Mae’s Experience Conference on Wednesday, March 21, in Las Vegas. PRMI was named the top company for Excellence in Compliance Automation and recognized as an honorable mention for Outstanding Efficiency and ROI.

Ellie Mae provides software solutions and services for the residential mortgage industry. Its software helps to streamline the homebuying process through its digital platform and has helped PRMI close nearly 25,000 home loans in 2017.

“Our loan originators need an innovative software solution to help achieve their clients’ dreams of homeownership,” said A.J. Swope, SVP of Secondary Markets. “Ellie Mae’s Encompass Program enhances our loan quality process, providing our borrowers a positive and smooth experience from beginning to end. As a result, our Branch Partners and clients are happy and the quality of PRMI’s loan process benefits from the full power of Encompass.”

Ellie Mae inducts mortgage lenders and partners into its Hall of Fame for distinguishing themselves through industry leadership and innovative use of Ellie Mae technologies.

“We are proud to recognize Primary Residential Mortgage and congratulate them for being a Hall of Fame award winner for two consecutive years,” said Jonathan Corr, President and CEO of Ellie Mae. “PRMI represents some of the top innovators and leads the mortgage industry because of their innovative uses of Ellie Mae solutions to help close more loans faster, reduce costs and remain compliant.”

For more information on the Ellie Mae Hall of Fame and the full list of award winners, click here.

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