Access Industry Leading Insights from your Sofa with Virtual Experience 2020

Your sofa is probably more comfortable than the conference chairs. So, settle in because we’re bringing the industry’s largest conference to your home office, your living room, or even your backyard!

This week, we launched the first-ever Virtual Experience 2020 which brings the best content from Experience 2020 directly to our Ellie Mae community, wherever you are. Available on-demand and at no cost to you from April 20–May 31, our virtual conference gives you a front row seat to our highly-anticipated keynotes, must-see sessions, and technology demos. And it wouldn’t be Experience without networking, so talk a walk in the Virtual Experience Neighborhood to connect with your peers and get your questions answered by Ellie Mae product and industry experts during live Q&A sessions on our discussion boards.

To kick-off the conference, we’re welcoming you with exciting keynotes from Jonathan Corr, Joe Tyrrell, Eric Connors, and MBA President Bob Broeksmit. Make some homemade popcorn and log into the virtual conference now to start accessing valuable insights from these Ellie Mae and industry leaders.

Here are 4 important highlights from our keynotes that you don’t want to miss:

1.       Gain more efficiency through technology: Jonathan Corr, Ellie Mae’s President and CEO, announced new innovations that can help increase the number of loans you are able to close without having to always increase your staff; including performance improvements, additions to our Connect solutions, and new ways to engage with our large ecosystem of partners.

2.       Use AI to accelerate human interactions: Joe Tyrrell, Ellie Mae’s COO, explored how finding a balance between leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) and maintaining the human interaction (HI) that build strong relationships can help lenders lower costs, increase quality and speed, and provide a better experience for your borrowers.

3.       Make stronger engagement your competitive advantage: Eric Connors, Ellie Mae’s Head of Product, shared how technology can help you develop stronger engagement with borrowers, data, partners, and artificial intelligence to create competitive advantages for your business.

4.       Support during the coronavirus pandemic: Bob Broeksmit, President and CEO of the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), detailed what the MBA has been doing to help lenders during these challenging times and gave updates on many of the policies that mean the most to you.  

See all the insights for yourself! Register for Virtual Experience 2020 to access these and many other must-see sessions to help you continue to close loans efficiently during these challenging times. 

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