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Constellation Mortgage Solutions And Entrinsik Partner To Drive Data Insights

Constellation Mortgage Solutions (CMS), provider of enterprise mortgage loan origination and servicing software systems, has partnered with Entrinsik, a leader in embedded business intelligence. This partnership will utilize the Informer Embedded platform, enabling CMS users to maximize the value of their data through visualizations and self-service analytics.

From origination to post-closing to servicing, CMS provides all the tools and integrations lenders need to keep operations streamlined. Every step in the mortgage process generates data, which can be analyzed and interpreted to provide users with the insights necessary to make better business decisions.

“Constellation Mortgage Solutions strives to help our clients become more efficient, productive, and collaborative through our technology,” said Stephen Ryczek, President, and General Manager at CMS. “Our partnership with Entrinsik provides our clients with metrics and measurements that far exceed the reporting available in a traditional LOS or Loan Servicing platform. By using the Informer solution, clients will leverage dynamic reporting insights from our solutions alongside data that can be aggregated from other technologies to provide real-time meaningful insights to their entire business operations.”

CMS customers will better manage and measure their performance in real-time using Entrinsik Informer through the CMS enterprise LOS platform. Easy adoption of the technology and user-friendly and visually pleasing reporting relevant to all levels of an organization further enhances productivity and communication throughout the loan origination process.

“We’re excited to partner with Constellation Mortgage to bring advanced analytics to their lender platform,” said Chris Reeves, Vice President of Partnerships at Entrinsik. “The collaboration unlocks the power of data to further extend Constellation Mortgage Solutions’ promise to help lenders drive efficiency, close more loans faster, and reduce costly errors that can lead to problems with compliance.”