Talk Data to Me Live from MBA Annual: Technology [Part 1]
Talk Data to Me Live from MBA Annual: Technology [Part 2]
Talk Data to Me Live at MBA Annual: Driving Innovation with Mortgage Lending Technology [Episode 20]
Technology and data are changing the way we do business in the mortgage industry. From the largest of lending organizations to the smallest of brokers, our processes, workflows, and operations are being changed by automation, AI, and other innovative technologies.
In this “Talk Data to Me” episode, we revisit our conversation with industry thought leaders and experts at the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Annual Conference (MBA Annual 22) in Nashville, TN.
Our first guest is Suha Zehl, Founder of Z Technology Solutions. Throughout this conversation, Suha and Alizabeth Leng-Barton of Certified Credit, analyze what it truly means to be data-driven. Their conversation explores how an begin to shift your data strategy from trends and historical data focus to a forward-thinking, predictive/prescriptive method and ways lenders can begin to implement data no matter where they are in their analytics journey. See video interview.
Our second guest is Jim Park, Executive Chairman of The Mortgage Collaborative. Throughout our discussion with Jim, he and Nicole Mattiello of Certified Credit talk about TMC’s emerging technology fund and how they are accelerating the pace of innovation across the mortgage lifecycle. See video interview.
Later in this episode, Jen Peachman, Manager of Strategic Partnerships at Capacity, joins our Certified Credit Data Nerds to talk about the future of work inside the mortgage industry. During their conversation, they dive into how automation can reduce costs associated with manual tasks, save valuable time so you can get more done without sacrificing quality or consistency, as well as simplify processes for lenders – all while freeing up your team to focus on what you do best, building relationships and getting borrowers into homes. See video interview.
Our final guest in this episode is Ken Tromer, Director, Mortgage Market Engagement at Experian. At MBA Annual 22, Ken sat down with our team to discuss the challenges of verification of employment (VOE) and how instant verification (like Experian Verify) can reduce time spent on verification, improve the borrower experience, and decrease the risk of mortgage fraud. See video interview.
Connect with this Week’s Guests
Connect with Suha Zehl, Founder of Z Technology Solutions, on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/suhabeidaszehl/
Connect with Jim Park, Executive Chairman of The Mortgage Collaborative, on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jim-park-8650468/
Connect with Jen Peachman, Manager of Strategic Partnerships at Capacity, on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenpeachman/
Connect with Ken Tromer, Director of Mortgage Market Engagement at Experian, on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kentromer/