Exciting news! We were recently named by CB Insights to their second annual Fintech 250 list, a list of 250 emerging fintech startups applying a mix of software and technology to reinvent the financial services industry.
When you make something work better for the lender, that makes it run smoother for the consumer too. That’s why we’re excited to unveil a new lender-centric feature, one that many of our clients have requested. Introducing Roostify Adapt, a simple way to manage your online lending experience across brands, channels, and organization structures.
Innovations in digital lending are bringing new and improved processes, faster closings, and deeper consumer engagement with lenders than ever before. But innovation means much more than simply turning a paper-based application into an online form: It means providing the foundation to fundamentally shift the acquisition, operation and completion of the loan processing system for lenders and consumers alike.
Nearly everyone in lending agrees at this point that a digital experience is mandatory. The question now is not “if,” but “how.” One of the questions we hear most frequently from lenders is why they need to work with a partner at all. Wouldn’t it be easier to get what they want, and less costly, if they just built it themselves?
Frequently, the answer to that question is “no, not really.” Here’s why.
When it comes to implementing a digital home lending solution, there is a lot more that goes into a successful implementation and process improvement within an enterprise than just technology. Of course, you want a robust platform, extensible API, third party integration options and a provider with experience and a track record of performance.
So you’ve decided it’s the right time to roll out digital lending. Congrats on an excellent choice - but deciding to do it is only the beginning. There are still a lot of things to think about as you consider which platform is right for you. Here’s our top 3 questions to ask as you weigh your options.