The digital transformation of auto finance continues to spread across the ecosystem. Whether direct or indirect lending, it is no longer “if” but “when” you will make the transition or need to expand or update your technology to meet the demands of today’s market. Two of the leading technology companies in auto finance will provide valuable insights as they discuss digital best practices and how originators and lenders can prioritize tech stack building and expansion.
Both bank and non-bank lenders—and their financial networks—are discovering that a digital mortgage strategy is a competitive necessity to drive growth and profitability. Digital processes provide direct access to borrowers and accelerates the speed of delivery of high-quality, data-rich trusted mortgage documents to the secondary market. Today, technology can be used to manage, deliver and transfer the electronic promissory note (eNote) with greater efficiency and the confidence of knowing that a superior product is being acquired.
Digital mortgage continues to be top of mind across the ecosystem as key players work to create a seamless electronic experience to meet consumer demands and scale the benefits enabled by technology. In this session, industry experts will focus on digital closings, including what is possible today, key components, the benefits of a fully digital solution and the obstacles that remain for full adoption.
The electronic promissory note, or eNote, is recognized as the most important piece of the mortgage puzzle and its validity is essential for the downstream life of the loan on the secondary market. As digital continues to disrupt mortgage processes, participants in the ecosystem need to develop a clear understanding of the eNote, legal parameters, enforceability concerns, and industry acceptance.
Access to capital is an essential component of the $1 trillion-dollar
equipment lease and finance industry. To continue its steady growth trajectory, equipment lease and finance leaders need to utilize eLeasing and digital transaction technology to enhance the funder experience from a post-closing perspective, including commercial lines of credit for funding partners that focus on payment streams. In this session, thought leaders will discuss the benefits of eLeasing to funders versus a traditional lending process and resolve any lingering concerns over acceptance.
The legal and compliance requirements surrounding the execution and management of eLeasing can appear intimidating, but must be understood before selecting a digital solution. In the third edition of ELFA's Educational Gateway Webinar Series, industry experts provide key information surrounding legal and regulatory considerations within the equipment leasing space.
The partnership between dealers and lenders is co-dependent and relies on trust, transparency and knowledge. Watch our on demand webinar featuring eOriginal's Director of Value Engineering and Georgine Muntz of defi SOLUTIONS to learn how to enhance vehicle finance operations with digital technology and key considerations for choosing the right solution.
The wide-spread adoption of eSignatures has improved business operations across industries. Yet eSignature use is only one required aspect for a company-wide digital transformation effort, especially in financial services and other highly scrutinized industries. In this on demand webinar, learn the five essentials for digital transformation. Watch eOriginal's President, Steve Bisbee and featured guest Craig Le Clair, Vice President and Principal Analyst at Forrester for their on demand webinar.
In this second session of ELFA’s 2016/2017 Educational Gateway webinar series, attendees listened to a tech-savvy panel who provided a roadmap for digital transaction implementation. Watch now to learn how to decode operations and overcome implementation barriers. Learn what key considerations should be in place within your organization before selecting a digital transaction solution.
In this first session of ELFA’s 2016/2017 Educational Gateway webinar series, eOriginal CEO, Steve Bisbee, Mintaka's CEO, Dave Schaefer and DLL's Chief Counsel, Dominic Liberatore, presented an overview of eChattel and digital technology adoption for the equipment leasing industry. During the event, ELFA's members learned key information around digital transaction management with a focus on its use within the equipment leasing sector.