|Mortgage Builder becomes Architect|
Mortgage Builder Software gave its newly redesigned origination platform its first public demonstration during a special event New York City recently. Known since 1998 as Mortgage Builder, the new platform is called Architect.
The re-architecture of Mortgage Builder's core LOS solution includes a forward-looking plan and takes advantage of the most current technology available. The structure of Architect is built using WCF (Windows Communication Foundation), WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation), and XAML, all on a .NET framework. The new infrastructure of Architect will allow for continued growth in the platform as the industry and client needs change. Kelli Himebaugh, corporate vice president at Mortgage Builder says, "With this new technology, we will be able to make swift changes for our customers system-wide as well as at the individual client level. This will greatly decrease time to delivery for product enhancements and client customizations."
"Architect builds on the popularity of the classic Mortgage Builder LOS and makes it even easier to use, with increased automation, a modern visual aesthetic that creates a more efficient working environment, and a seamless transition for current customers. At the same time, Architect is built to lower implementation timeframes and costs for new clients with its cloud-based engineering and additional features," says Keven Smith, Mortgage Builder president and CEO.
The same foundation technology is also being extended to its loan servicing software system, G/Serv. These infrastructure changes for the G/Serv platform are scheduled for completion early next year.
Architect is joined by Blueprint, its advanced electronic document management module for paperless lending and digital file delivery ease, and Surveyance, Mortgage Builder's web-based loan originator portal, featuring highly useful mobile applications components to maximize field time for loan officers and others. Both modules have been redesigned to work within Architect, and have been renamed accordingly to reflect their recent enhancements and expanded functionality.
Mortgage Builderhas been working on the new platform for nearly two years in preparation for its industry-wide rollout in Chicago soon.
[This article was posted on October 5, 2012, on the website of ABA Banking Journal, www.ababj.com.]
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