Docutech, the provider of document, eSign, eClose and digital to print fulfillment technology and a member of the First American family of companies, announced that LendingQB, a provider of SaaS loan origination technology solutions, has integrated Docutech’s Solex eClosing solution to enable digital closing with eClosing, eNote and eVault functionality.
“We are excited to partner with Docutech to bring their Solex eClosing platform to our clients,” said Tim Nguyen, co-founder and chief strategy officer of MeridianLink. “With Solex eClosing, lenders, borrowers and settlement agents can benefit from a complete digital closing solution to streamline the closing process, while enhancing safety and security for all parties.”
Solex eClosing is an end-to-end integrated eClosing solution that enables each mortgage closing transaction to be as “e” as it can be, in accordance with state and county regulations and investor preferences, through an intelligent eEligibility evaluation. Approved by Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae for eClosing, eNote and eVault functionality, the Solex eClosing platform provides lenders with eSigning efficiencies from initial document generation through post-closing, integration with the MERS eRegistry for all eNote management transactions, and Remote Online Notarization (RON).
LendingQB provides solutions that help mortgage lenders reduce costs, maintain compliance and increase profitability, while still putting their borrowers first. This is a result of LendingQB’s unique approach to loan origination system building — layering its core platform with best-of-breed components to create the ideal solution for each lender.
“Docutech is steadfast in our commitment to accelerate the closing process through technology innovation and strategic integrations,” said Amy Brandt, president of Docutech. “We are thrilled to continue growing our integration with LendingQB through their API to make the vision of end-to-end digital mortgages a reality for lenders and their customers.”
Tony Garritano is the founder at PROGRESS in Lending Association. As a speaker Tony has worked hard to inform executives about how technology should be a tool used to further business objectives. For over 20 years he has worked as a journalist, researcher and speaker in the mortgage technology space. Starting PROGRESS in Lending Association was the next step for someone like Tony, who has dedicated his entire career to providing mortgage executives with the information that they need to make informed technology decisions to help their businesses succeed.