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Enhancements allow mobile loan origination E-mail


Calyx Software launched Point and PointCentral 8.0, paving the way for Calyx Mobile to bring mobility to loan originators for productivity on the run. Point and PointCentral 8.0 not only enhance the user experience for the upcoming mobile apps, but they offer additional features for even greater convenience to users of Point and WebCaster.
 
With Point and PointCentral 8.0, several modifications have been made to prepare users for mobile productivity. The software, along with the account management system, MyCalyx, has been optimized for the mobile applications functionality. Sophisticated technology securely shares data across applications for more effective workflow and streamlined processes.
 
Point's new Pipeline View screen offers a centralized location to view and manage loans grouped by status, data folder, or user. Users can choose to see automatic group settings or create manual views so they can see specific loans regardless of status. This screen can be set up as the default screen for Point for each user depending on need or preference and will be shared automatically with the Calyx Mobile Apps available in November.
 
This release also offers a new feature for WebCaster and Point users that enables new application notification and downloads directly from within Point. Users can customize the feature to determine the type and scheduling of notifications as well as other helpful parameters. Direct import of new applications into Point saves time in getting new files set up and in process to improve service levels to borrowers.
 
In addition to updates to several screens and forms needed for compliance, Point and PointCentral 8.0 include 11 extra options for the "advanced search" button featured prominently on the left side navigation panel. These new options allow users to search for loans based on criteria such as investor, borrower Social Security number, loan amount, or type of loan.
 
 
[This article was posted on November 8, 2012, on the website of ABA Banking Journal, www.ababj.com.]             
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