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CalyxSoftware to Host Second National User Conference

CalyxSoftware, a leading provider of comprehensive mortgage software solutions for banks, credit unions, mortgage bankers, wholesale and correspondent lenders and brokers, announced that registration is now open for CalyxVision 18, the company’s second national user conference. The event will be held from February 11 to 14, 2018 at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square.

“The event is designed to help our customers take their businesses to the next level,” Bob Dougherty, VP of Business Development at CalyxSoftware said. “In an ever-changing regulatory and technology environment, it’s important for every mortgage industry stakeholder to connect with regulators, partners, thought leaders, and peers to gain the knowledge needed to prepare for the changes ahead and achieve more success.”

CalyxVision offers the unique opportunity for lenders and brokers to receive more than 16 hours of in-person, hands-on Calyx software training. Attendees will learn practices from Calyx software experts to help increase their company’s productivity and maximize profitability. In addition to training, CalyxVision attendees will enjoy a comprehensive educational experience with more than 20 hours of sessions covering industry hot topics. Speakers and panelists, as well as the complete agenda, will be announced at a later date.

CalyxVision is best suited for mortgage industry professionals from all business types and roles, and attendance will help lenders and brokers gain valuable insights into the latest regulatory updates and changes from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae.

“We’re proud to provide our users with another high-quality, engaging educational and motivational national user conference,” Dougherty said.






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