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DENVER – The Aimbridge Group introduced what it describes as “a service oriented architecture suite” that allows the company to publish its vehicle loan application decisioning and funding tools on the Internet, thereby providing credit unions easier access to them. Aimbridge Explorer is built on Microsoft .NET technology. It gives CUs access to Application Manager, Loan Manager, Buying Manager, Compliance Manager, and Disbursement Manager. Prior to launching Aimbridge Explorer, the company’s operational tools were only accessible through its internal network. The company completed all the application processing, including decisioning, funding and compliance, on behalf of the credit union. In the future, The Aimbridge Group said it plans to segment its tools in to technology packages so credit unions can access one or more of the tools using Aimbridge Explorer to complete the gap in their current indirect lending program. The Aimbridge Group is comprised of four divisions – Aimbridge Indirect Lending, Aimbridge Mortgage, Aimbridge Financial Services, and Aimbridge Automotive Group.

 

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