ALCOVA Mortgage is Inducted into Ellie Mae Hall of Fame!
ALCOVA Mortgage is thrilled to announce its induction into the 2017 Ellie Mae Hall of Fame in the category of Exceptional Achievement in Business Growth! Our company was honored alongside nine other companies at the 2017 Ellie Mae Experience, an annual user conference for Ellie Mae clients and partners. This event brings together more than 3,000 Encompass users, Ellie Mae product experts, and mortgage industry leaders to share best practices, provide hands-on training, and demonstrate new innovations.
ALCOVA Mortgage won this award through the innovative efforts from our BST, Operations, and Compliance teams working together. BST created customized workflows using Encompass tools that helped us to keep service levels high despite daunting regulatory changes. Their great teamwork allowed us to continue to grow! Accepting this award on behalf of ALCOVA at this event are Darren Bridgers, Sarah Noble, Brad White, Michelle Diomedi, Z Villasenor and Sandy O’Connor.
We could not be more proud of our company and our people that helped make this happen. This honor recognizes us as both leaders and innovators in our industry. To quote Jonathan Corr, Ellie Mae president and CEO, “These organizations have leveraged Ellie Mae’s solutions to drive compliance, quality and efficiency across their organizations while helping their customers to achieve the American dream of home ownership.”
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