Scrypt, Inc. Launches an All New Version of Xdoc for the Mortgage Lending Industry
Scrypt, Inc., (Pink: SYPT), developers of electronic document management (EDM) software for the mortgage lending industry announces a major release of XDOC; their award-winning EDM platform. The new release not only brings a major overhaul of XDOC’s user interface and enhanced features, but the document management platform is now available via both cloud-based and on-premises deployment models.
XDOC’s new version features a redesigned user interface that makes navigating easier and accessible through all major web browsers. Additional enhancements to the new XDOC include enhanced annotations, increased speed and additional mortgage lending workflow improvements. Through an integration with DocuLynx, XDOC delivers automated form identification of documents for faster and more accurate indexing. In addition to the product’s on premises delivery model, XDOC is now available via the cloud, which makes XDOC’s powerful electronic document management features accessible to mortgage lenders of all sizes, plus they will benefit from Scrypt, Inc.’s secure data center, and always have access to the latest features of XDOC.
“We’re proud to launch a completely new version of XDOC that simplifies document management within the mortgage lending process.” says Aleks Szymanski, Scrypt, Inc. CEO. “Following our merger with Axacore, we focused our user design expertise to create an enhanced experience that harnesses advancements in our underlying platform to deliver even stronger value on-premises and, for the first time, in the cloud.”
Additionally, XDOC will retain core features from previous versions such as simple loan origination system (LOS) third-party vendor integrations, high availability server deployment and scalable architecture to address the needs of large lenders and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) partners.
Scrypt, Inc. will demonstrate the new version of XDOC at the MBA Annual Convention & Expo October 18 – 21, 2015 at the San Diego Convention Center, or you can learn more about the new XDOC at www.scrypt.com/xdoc.