Simplifile, a leading provider of real estate document collaboration and recording technologies for lenders, settlement agents, and counties, announced that Simplifile Vice President of Strategic Planning Nancy Alley was one of five mortgage technology innovators honored by the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) as a 2017 MBA Insights Tech All-Star.
eNewsChannels NEWS: PROVO, Utah — Simplifile, a leading provider of real estate document collaboration and recording technologies for lenders, settlement agents, and counties, announced that Simplifile Vice President of Strategic Planning Nancy Alley was one of five mortgage technology innovators honored by the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) as a 2017 MBA Insights Tech All-Star. The award, now in its 16th year, recognizes “industry leaders who have made outstanding contributions in mortgage technology.”
In a statement, MBA Chairman Rodrigo Lopez, CMB, said, “Technology is critical to the growth of our industry and the success of our members’ businesses. We have been fortunate to have a dedicated and diverse array of true innovators who continue to push the envelope and move our industry forward. MBA is honored to recognize the men and women making significant technological contributions to the real-estate finance industry.”
“My passion has always been to solve problems through technology. There is nothing more rewarding than being recognized for advancing a cause in which you truly believe,” Alley said. “I’d like to express my sincere gratitude to the MBA for honoring my efforts in the realm of mortgage technology and my desire to continue to push the industry forward through the adoption of digital solutions.”
Alley was recognized for her efforts to drive the advancement of digital mortgage solutions, including her work with industry organizations like MISMO, the MBA’s Residential Technology (RESTECH) Forum, the Freddie Mac Vendor Advisory Board and the Fannie Mae-Freddie Mac joint Uniform Closing Dataset (UCD) Advisory Board.
“At her core, Nancy is a visionary, and her career-long effort to push electronic solutions has paid dividends in the four years she’s been with Simplifile,” said Simplifile President Paul Clifford. “Furthermore, Nancy has been an incredible innovator not just for Simplifile, but for the industry in general. Her in-depth knowledge of the industry has allowed her to strategically prescribe the alterations the mortgage industry needs to become efficient, transparent, and reputable. I can think of no other individual who deserves this honor more than her.”
Simplifile, the nation’s largest e-recording network, was founded in 2000 to connect settlement agents and county recorders via its e-recording service. Today Simplifile has broadened its services to include collaboration tools and post-closing visibility for mortgage lenders and settlement agents working together on real estate documents. Through Simplifile, users can securely record, share, and track documents, data, and fees with ease.
To learn more, visit https://simplifile.com or call 800-460-5657.
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