Out-of-date methods and manual processes are slowing you down

By Dianna Tokic Farkas

If it’s not broken, why fix it? Without even realizing it, many of us waste time during the workday. Out-of-date methods and manual processes tie up time, efforts, and budgets. Many tasks could be easily automated and further optimized. Yet, you are stuck in inefficiency because you may not be aware of the options available. Ask yourself, “Is there a better, easier, more efficient way for me to handle the different areas in my finance department? What if my needs were offered by one provider and one single point of contact?”

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Precision LM simplifies loan management for real estate professionals

By Errol Winter

More than 3,000 real estate professionals from more than 50 companies attended the 2017 MBA CREF/Multifamily Housing Convention and Expo in San Diego. The annual conference is a popular forum where industry leaders network, discuss deals, and learn about the latest industry trends. Panel discussions covered current marketplace developments and exhibitors showcased a variety of products and services specific to the real estate and mortgage industries.

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High energy and high demand for loan management at LendIt USA 2017

By: Errol Winter

This year’s LendIt USA conference hosted about 6,000 financial professionals in New York City at the Jacob Javits Center on March 6th and 7th. The 2-day annual conference is well known among industry leaders who participate in online marketplace lending. LendIt hosts the largest series of conferences that provide a great opportunity for the online lending community to meet in person and connect in central locations across the US, Europe, and China.

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Three technology gaps financial institutions need to bridge

By John Lankenau

Each year the financial industry spends billions of dollars on technology to keep up with evolving business needs and regulatory mandates. However, despite this significant investment, financial institutions suffer from three fundamental technology gaps when it comes to accounting for and managing their loans.

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