Ellie Mae 2017 Hall of Fame finalists announced

by Anna Sobrevinas11 Jan 2017
Residential mortgage software solutions company Ellie Mac has announced its finalists for the 2017 Ellie Mae Hall of Fame awards.

The awards recognize mortgage companies that have successfully utilized the innovations of Ellie Mae’s Encompass all-in-one mortgage management solution.

The awards will be held at this year’s Ellie Mae Experience at the Wynn in Las Vegas March 6-8, with Bill Cowher, coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, as the presenter.

According to a news release, Hall of Fame winners will be divided into four categories:
  • Exceptional Achievement in Business Growth – recognizing companies that have achieved demonstrable growth through the use of Encompass and innovative sales and marketing processes.
  • Excellence in Compliance Automation – recognizing forward-thinking companies that have leveraged business rules, alerts, and the Encompass Compliance Service to fully integrate compliance into their origination process, thereby minimizing the chance of compliance-related issues.
  • Exceptional Achievement in Loan Quality – recognizing companies that have leveraged capabilities within Encompass, including the Ellie Mae Total Quality Loan program, to drive higher levels of quality throughout the origination process.
  • Outstanding Efficiency and ROI – recognizing companies that have achieved superior returns on investment through the use of Encompass technology, configurable workflows, custom fields, business rules, and other functionality to streamline workflows.
“Our Experience 2017 conference provides the perfect setting to recognize our esteemed customers and partners who have used Ellie Mae technology to transform and grow their businesses,” said Jonathan Corr, president and CEO of Ellie Mae.
“We received so many success stories showcasing our customers’ innovative use of Ellie Mae solutions to achieve compliance, efficiency, quality and growth and we look forward to honoring our winners.”


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