Justin Kirsch, on Wed, Aug 23, 2017
Steve Tschoepe, on Thu, Nov 24, 2016
The millennial generation is getting more done than any other generation, and it is because they have embraced the technology that is available to them. Many assume that because a millennial has their head down and is holding a tablet or smartphone, it means they're playing a game or browsing social media. But there's a very real possibility that they're getting work done—even while they're waiting for their coffee, their train, or the elevator. Imagine if you could use this same approach to better serve your mortgage customers.
Steve Tschoepe, on Thu, Jun 09, 2016
Luke D Shawver, on Thu, Mar 10, 2016
The pace of software solutions and technological upgrades in the financial market has been remarkable. There are countless Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions now available to help manage, distribute, and optimize financial products and mortgage data. While each solution has a specific benefit, the combination of them all can create significant conflict and dissonance between systems. As a result, more and more mortgage companies are finding themselves in need of a cost-effective data interface solution that can create better data harmony.
Cloud computing can empower the mortgage industry by streamlining processes, reducing errors, and improving efficiency. However, some institutions are still a bit hesitant, when it comes to integrating Cloud computing into their strategies.
Justin Kirsch, on Thu, Oct 08, 2015
Justin Kirsch, on Thu, Sep 24, 2015
The benefits of switching your mortgage company's servers and desktops to the cloud go beyond just joining the latest technology trends. You've no doubt heard plenty about the cloud over the last few years, with both positive and negative reactions. However, almost all of the negative reactions come from simple misunderstandings about cloud system capabilities. These days, cloud technology can not only do everything your old in-house servers and desktop computers can do, but they can do it more affordably, more securely, and with far more adaptable features.
Justin Kirsch, on Thu, Sep 10, 2015
The 21st Century has seen huge advancements in technology, advancements that are changing the world and the ways we connect, communicate, and do business. But despite all these changes, many people in the mortgage industry believe that the advancements in technology don't matter to them because, all in all, their business hasn't changed. Why fix something that isn’t broken?
Justin Kirsch, on Thu, Aug 20, 2015
Mortgage companies are now required to adhere to the same stringent regulations for protecting consumer data as banks. These regulations can add to the time it takes to process applications and increase the costs of training your staff on the proper handling of data. To avoid these wasteful expenses, Access Business Technologies has provided mortgage companies with a solution through our MortgageWorkSpace platform. This innovative platform allows mortgage companies to process applications and monitor current client information, while training employees and adjusting business practices to comply with the new regulations.
Justin Kirsch, on Tue, Jun 02, 2015
As technology evolves, mortgage companies must change their systems, security plans, and business processes in order to meet current and future security challenges. Cloud-based information systems enable companies to manage employees in diverse locations and situations, increase locations with limited infrastructure, and aid in security and data recovery.