January 2005
Mortgage Banking;Jan2005, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p134
The article reports that MILA Inc. has integrated Dublin, California based Ellie Mae Inc.'s ClickLoan software into DecisionPoint, MILA's automated underwriting system. The integration allows brokers to expedite the upload of their loan applications from their desktop loan origination system (LOS) directly into DecisionPoint. To submit a loan, brokers select their LOS system from the DecisionPoint home page, highlight their loan and click the submit button. Their application is immediately uploaded into DecisionPoint. Once an application is uploaded, brokers can run the application through DecisionPoint, where the system will offer the best loan programs available to the borrower.


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