IMM’s TotaleAtlas Interfaced With Equifax APPRO

Posted by Orb Staff on November 12, 2007 No Comments
Categories : Residential Mortgage

Integrated Media Management (IMM), a Linden, N.J.-headquartered output management and document automation technology provider, has interfaced its TotaleAtlas solution with the Equifax APPRO platform. Through this relationship, customers can take advantage of an end-to-end automated document delivery solution that speeds up the lending process, according to the companies.

TotaleAtlas is IMM's document preparation system that automates what has historically been a paper-based process. The integration with APPRO enables the data stream for consumer and business loans to pass seamlessly from the APPRO platform to TotaleAtlas.

Using the solution, loan officers can review the documents, on screen, with the member or customer and fill in or correct fields that are not protected fields. To capture a digital signature, members or customers sign a digital signature pad, and a 128-bit encrypted and indexed PDF is created with the signature embedded in the loan document, the companies explain.

To maintain the paperless environment, financial institutions can export documents to a local storage directory or a document imaging system where the information can be easily retrieved.

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