When it comes to selecting an enterprise technology solution, generic is not always best. Especially for the mortgage industry. Here are the top 3 reasons to use a mortgage-specific sales performance management platform.
LBA Ware expands team of mortgage industry experts with the recent hire of Jessica Henke. Henke will leverage her two decades of accounting and business process improvement expertise in mortgage lending to bring LBA Ware clients streamlined business workflow solutions and enhanced operational insights.
LBA Ware’s founder and CEO, Lori Brewer, reflects on a decade serving the mortgage industry.
LBA Ware, the leading provider of automated compensation software & systems integration solutions for mortgage lenders reaches major milestone, in a year that’s already seen 91% growth rate.
Driving innovation in loan originator compensation is figuring out how to incentivize and motivate staff in ways that align with company profitability goals. What’s the key to succeed? Read our blog post to find out.
Technology that eliminates the need for spreadsheets is here, but not all solutions are created equal. Here are the top 10 things to look for in an automated compensation management platform.
In Part I of this series we discussed how it’s become more expensive to originate a loan, and the disconnect between both individual loan manufacturing processes and the systems intended to automate them isn’t helping. Part II is all about the solution. Here’s a hint – it has to do with strategy and technology combined.
As solutions consultant, Diana Sheffer will apply her 18 years’ experience in mortgage lending and technology consulting to connect LBA Ware’s clients with best-fit systems integration and process automation solutions to enhance performance-driven organizational growth.
On average, it costs more to originate one loan as it cost to manufacture one car. Why has it become so expensive to produce a loan? In this latest blog post from LBA Ware, we explore some reasons why costs are on the rise.
With mortgage lenders being squeezed by tightening margins, they’re looking for alternative ways to control their biggest expense: compensation. This blog post explains how the net branching model is one way because of its ability to control profitability through compensation.