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From Ellie Mae, Inc.
This independent study provides tangible ROI results across lenders that reflect the impact of using Ellie Mae Encompass®, a mortgage automation technology. Start estimating your future cost savings
MarketWise Advisors, LLC, completed an intensive evaluation of the return on investment (ROI) lenders could achieve from using Ellie Mae’s Encompass® all-in-one mortgage management suite.
The result is a five-year impact analysis you can use to estimate potential future cost savings. You’ll also receive 5 steps to use for incorporating ROI into your decision-making process when evaluating new products and services. Explore the results of this report that include detailed analysis on:
Ellie Mae Encompass® is an essential technology that automates the entire mortgage process, delivering improved efficiencies, loan quality, and compliance.
From CU Direct
Discover how La Capitol FCU dramatically improved speed and efficiency of loan decisions, enhanced member engagement and increased overall loan activity in this informative case study.
La Capitol Federal Credit Union operated on a Loan Origination System (LOS) that was time-consuming, expensive, and inefficient in managing day-to-day tasks, such as emailing documents to members, or the flexibility to change rules without an added fee.
It became apparent to La Capitol, that in order to provide a better member experience and ultimately a more streamlined process for their staff, they needed to implement a system that could offer immediate changes in the form of processing loans and managing workflow. They wanted a system that was configurable and easy to make changes according to their needs.
See how their results exceeded expectations in this detailed case study.
From CU Direct
Every credit union has valuable data. Learn to effectively harness and utilize that data to minimize risk, uncover new opportunities, and ultimately grow your loan portfolios with this white paper.
Gain valuable tips on how to effectively manage risk as part of the overall lending strategy.
Lending Insights, a leader in cutting edge data warehousing, analytics and business intelligence technology, has been working closely with credit unions for eight years, helping them to leverage Big Data to improve loan portfolio performance, identify loan growth opportunities and better serve their members.
Based on our extensive work with credit unions, we’ve compiled a series of best practices that will help your credit union better manage its loan portfolios for long-term success.
This white paper illustrates real-life examples on how credit unions are leveraging their data to better manage risk and increase their lending revenue.
This report addresses security concerns for the banking industry, solutions to stay secure and steps to remain ahead of fraud. Enhance your safety and security knowledge to protect your credit union.
Are you thinking about preventing fraud as much as your members?
How do you take advantage of a truly connected world while ensuring your banking members stay secure? At Mastercard, we take a layered approach to safety and security. We focus on securing the account, the cardholder, and the transaction, thereby helping to protect your credit union’s reputation.
Inside this report, discover insight on:
Learn 3 key benefits of investing in AML training at your financial institution to deter unwanted financial risk.
Financial institutions face a growing number of threats from criminals. From money laundering to cybercriminals, hacking bank accounts to stealing money or customer information, the risks are very real.
The consequences are equally as serious. Financial Institutions that fail to have strong AML training potentially face regulatory fines, thousands or even millions lost in litigation and lasting damage to their public image.
Download this AML review sheet to learn: