Integrations That Make Sense

As we all know, lenders have a lot of needs that can’t be fulfilled by any one vendor. So vendors have to integrate to help their clients. For example, Mortgage Cadence, an Accenture company, has integrated Radian’s mortgage insurance – (MI) service into its Enterprise Lending Center solution, further expanding on-platform access to top-tier services.


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Enterprise Lending Center (ELC) facilitates lending in all forward and reverse mortgage channels and across all mortgage products, including home equity. Through the Radian integration, Mortgage Cadence clients can quickly obtain Radian MI rate quotes, order insurance, and receive order status updates without ever leaving ELC.


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“At Mortgage Cadence, our goal is to help our clients connect to the providers they want to work with and operate at optimal efficiency,” said Brian Benson, executive manager of services at Mortgage Cadence. “This integration extends our provider network and offers direct, on-platform access to Radian’s mortgage insurance services.”


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The integration centralizes all data and documents related to the mortgage insurance transaction and stores this information within ELC to avoid rekeying of information from external sites. This single-system approach benefits lenders by eliminating the risk of human error, reducing labor and accelerating loan closing.

“Radian’s integration with Mortgage Cadence is a testament of our commitment to making it easier for our customers to do business with us,” said Brien McMahon, chief franchise officer, Radian. “With this integration, customers can obtain accurate Radian MI rate quotes with greater speed and accuracy.”

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