Indiana Credit Union to Use LendingQB Platform

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3Rivers Federal Credit Union in Fort Wayne, Ind. will use a web-based end-to-end loan origination system by LendingQB to help grow its mortgage lending business.

The platform, which is delivered on a software-as-a-service basis to 3Rivers, will be configured to streamline the credit union's workflow and internal processes in its mortgage lending business, said the Costa Mesa, Calif.-based mortgage lending technology provider.

"The level of automation we can achieve with LendingQB's solution empowers our team to quickly and smoothly work with numerous applications, instantly underwrite those loans using their proprietary automated underwriting system (AUS) and keep our members constantly updated on their loan status," said Jeff Meyer, president and chief executive of 3Rivers, in a statement.

3Rivers has more than 68,000 members in the Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio regions.

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