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Giving customers a superior experience requires innovation
The status quo in mortgage lending has changed. Any lender that wants to compete with the new market leaders must innovate beyond generic marketing offers and a cumbersome, paper-filled origination process. Customers demand and deserve better. They want a fast, personalized, digital-centric mortgage and home-buying experience.
FICO’s Acquisition, Origination, and Growth Ecosystem for Mortgage Lending Solutions is a modular framework that drives optimized pricing, underwriting and mortgage lifecycle decisions together in harmony with your current mortgage systems. The solutions leverage FICO’s industry-leading technology for data integration, analytics and mortgage decisioning to deliver the right customer-level offer, decision and treatment of your customers on time, when it matters most.
The foundation of FICO’s Acquisition, Origination and Growth Ecosystem for Mortgage Lending is the seamless integration of our world-class analytics and strategy development tools and robust decision execution environments. This integration facilitates a "learning loop" that empowers business users to quickly understand the performance of their current decisioning strategies and to develop, test and deploy refined strategies that will drive more satisfying customer experiences and more profitable business outcomes.
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