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Numerica Renews Mortgage Cadence Contract

UnderwritingNumerica Credit Union has renewed its contract with Mortgage Cadence, an Accenture company, for Mortgage Cadence’s loan-origination solution for five more years, through 2024.

In addition to continuing to use the Mortgage Cadence product suite, including Loan Fulfillment Center, Borrower Center, imaging and document-processing capabilities, Numerica will receive optimization services from Mortgage Cadence to help the credit union increase its efficiency by fully tapping into the platform’s seamless and comprehensive capabilities.

“Mortgage Cadence’s Loan Fulfillment Center has a proven track record for delivering the best solution and service for our members,” said Troy Clute, SVP home loans and dealer services at Numerica. “Our continued relationship with Mortgage Cadence will help optimize our use of the technology and take our operations to the next level in order to assist even more members to fulfill their dream of homeownership.”

“With the fast pace of technology innovation in our industry, lenders need forward-thinking tools and resources they can depend on to position themselves as market leaders,” said Bryan Ireton, managing director for Mortgage Cadence, Accenture. “Numerica is on track to continue growing throughout their region, and we’re pleased to keep building on this long-standing partnership.”

Numerica Credit Union currently has over 150,500 members throughout Central and Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho and $2.3 billion in assets. Numerica is federally insured by NCUA and an Equal Housing Opportunity lender. Membership is open to anyone who lives or works in the State of Washington or the Idaho Panhandle.

About Author: Seth Welborn

Seth Welborn is a contributing writer for DS News. He is a Harding University graduate with a degree in English and a minor in writing, and has studied abroad in Athens, Greece. An East Texas native, he also works part-time as a photographer.
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