February 2011: Process Evolution

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Editor’s Note

This section discusses why innovation in mortgage is alive and well.

Your Voice—By David Lykken

David Lykken offers his views on what to do about LO compensation.

Recovery Tips—By Greg Ellis

ISGN shares how Software as a Services usage has evolved.

Market Pulse

Despite the fact that originations are expected to decline by 40% this year, tech spending won’t be impacted.

Innovations 2010

We have decided on the winners internally. Read all the details about when the names will be revealed.

Process Improvement—By Tony Garritano

Tony Garritano talks about how there will always be barriers to adopting new technology, but now is the time for the market to change.

Future Trends—By Roger Gudobba

Roger Gudobba points out that as the government jumps through hoops to better serve the consumer, real solutions are falling through the cracks.

Business Strategies—By Michael Hammond

Michael Hammond reveals there is certainly a lot of noise around social media, but asks: What does it all mean for your business?

Women in Power—By Barbara Perino and Rebecca Walzak

Women in leadership lead a lot differently as compared to men.

Grow Your Business—By Emma Teller

This article provides tips on how to grow in a down market.

The Course Forward

Michael Detwiler, CEO at Mortgage Cadence, expresses his views on how the entire mortgage process from origination to servicing can and should be improved.

Driving Adoption—By Andy Crisenbery

Lenders can make all the difference in making “e” mainstream.

Enough With Paper—By Anil Raibagi

It’s time for change. The ROI is clear. Paperless makes sense.

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