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Inlanta Mortgage Integrates LendingQB’s LOS

tech-portalLendingQB, a Costa Mesa, California-based mortgage loan origination technology solutions provider, has successfully implemented its Web-based loan origination system (LOS) for Brookfield, Wisconsin-based mortgage lender Inlanta Mortgage, Inc., according to an announcement from LendingQB.

Inlanta attributes the smooth and rapid implementation of LendingQB’s LOS to LendingQB’s comprehensive deployment process and the staffs of both companies engaging in a focused effort.

“We have grown quickly in the past few years and we recognized the need for technology that would grow with us,” Inlanta Mortgage Chief Information Officer Chris Knowlton said. “Our previous LOS vendor was ending support for our version of their software, so we took the opportunity to evaluate other providers. LendingQB’s approach offered more than just tools; their software solution enables us to close more loans in less time.”

Inlanta made the decision in mid-2015 to implement LendingQB’s LOS and began working with a team of specialists that designed a comprehensive implementation plan.

“Inlanta was very motivated and provided plenty of resources to ensure the project would succeed,” said Lester Alitagtag, deployment manager for LendingQB. “They were efficient in communicating with us, took accountability for their work and had strong executive support. These are the keys to a successful implementation project.”

Inlanta’s successful implementation of LendingQB’s LOS came at a time when Inlanta is experiencing very high loan volume.

“During this spring season, Inlanta reached record volume and we rolled out a new loan origination software system,” said Nick DelTorto, President and CEO of Inlanta. “This would not have been possible without our outstanding team of employees and their dedication to fulfilling our mission. We appreciate all of their extra time, effort, and sacrifice to make this happen; it is a heck of an accomplishment by our employees.”

The implementation of LendingQB has successfully migrated to all 36 branches of Inlanta in less than three months. According to Inlanta, staff response to moving the entire organization onto a Web-based system has been positive.

“Mortgage lending is a complex information technology business,” Knowlton said. “We rely on our technology partners more than ever before, so it's comforting to know we found a company that really has our best interests in mind. We look forward to working with LendingQB for a long time.”

About Author: Brian Honea

Brian Honea's writing and editing career spans nearly two decades across many forms of media. He served as sports editor for two suburban newspaper chains in the DFW area and has freelanced for such publications as the Yahoo! Contributor Network, Dallas Home Improvement magazine, and the Dallas Morning News. He has written four non-fiction sports books, the latest of which, The Life of Coach Chuck Curtis, was published by the TCU Press in December 2014. A lifelong Texan, Brian received his master's degree from Amberton University in Garland.
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