Adams, John; Kite, Shane
March 2005
Bank Technology News;Mar2005, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p24
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization-linked consortium of technology vendors--hoping to extend electronic mortgages--has opened its borders and gained new participants. The group's success remains to be seen. The eMortgage Alliance, a consortium of companies that is promoting standards along the different stops on the paperless mortgage trail, has added U.S. Recordings and Hyland Software Inc. to its roster of vendors, a list that already includes companies such as DocuTech, Wave Systems, VirPack, SwiftView, Rekon Technologies and about a half dozen others.


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