The Evolving CIONovember 01, 2005Increasingly, today's banking CIOs are called upon to achieve corporate objectives as partners of the business. As a result, strategy has become as much a part of the job as technology, according to experts, including three "Innovative CIOs" profiled by BS
Lending's Winding RoadDecember 15, 2003Loan institutions are finding innovative ways to cope with a seismic shift in their business.
Why Alerting Drives E-Servicing UsageFebruary 10, 2003Unlike banks and brokerages, most mortgage firms do not offer e-mail alerts. However, Gomez believes mortgage firms should use alerts to get offline customers to adopt the online channel. Companies like Washington Mutual, Sharebuilder and E*Trade can show
Bank Bytes November 05, 2002UMB Financial licenses a content management software package from Stellent;Citibank offers payment gateway and risk management services from CyberSource to merchant customers as part of its CitiConnect seller solution; CIBC enters into a 7-year, C$2 billio
Interlinq Seeks Bank Input On New Product October 04, 2002Interlinq Software has formed a steering committee to provide valuable hands-on input as it finalizes MortgageWareE3, its next-generation lending platform.
IndyMac Bank Sticks With the Click June 03, 2002IndyMac Bank was anxious to avoid being tagged as just another wholesaler using outdated rate sheets when it began working with mortgage brokers.
Brand New Approach May 07, 2002Washington Mutual makes a splash of late through its nationwide acquisition of banks, ranging from Dime Bancorp, to Bank United. The institution has time to develop new technologies, such as its Occasio platform for retail bank branches.
North America BytesFebruary 08, 2002Merchants Bank to use marketing CRM product from Proscape Technologies to power CommerceLYNX Business Banking offering; FirstService Bank chooses Raymond James Financial Services to provide full-service investment programs; Countrywide Credit Industries to
Bricks And Mocha January 03, 2002Washington Mutual grows through acquisition to become a $229 billion emerging power in mortgage market and in commercial and consumer banking.
Open SkiesJuly 13, 2001Since the dawn of the Jet Age, passengers can travel farther, faster and cheaper than ever before. The Internet Age promises similar
advantages to people financing their homes. But when the mortgage industry builds its version of the Boeing 747 jumbo jet,