Making Jane.ai Official

Jane.ai, the first truly AI-Powered Teammate designed for the workplace, officially announced its partnership and integration with USA Mortgage. USA Mortgage has been and always will be proud to be one of the founding mortgage companies to implement artificial intelligence into its company. There is great potential to be found in artificial intelligence and the company is eager to see all the positive impacts Jane will bring in the future. Check out the below excerpt from the article:

September 12, 2018

Jane.ai, the first truly AI-Powered Teammate designed for the workplace, officially announced its partnership and integration with USA Mortgage. USA Mortgage has been and always will be proud to be one of the founding mortgage companies to implement artificial intelligence into its company. There is great potential to be found in artificial intelligence and the company is eager to see all the positive impacts Jane will bring in the future. Check out the below excerpt from the article:

With efficiency and savings in mind, Jane.ai now helps USA Mortgage reduce the time its brokers spend looking for information as they process mortgages. By integrating Jane's AI-chatbot directly into Slack, a broker with a question can send a message to Jane and get valuable information in seconds. Jane's technology instantly connects data across siloed platforms, documents, emails and applications, like Encompass and Allregs, and seamless integration means zero time lost to onboarding or training employees on a new tool.

Mortgage companies that intelligently leverage this type of technology have an incredible market opportunity to give employees, partners and borrowers an edge. Employees can optimize their time, ultimately making them more profitable. New team members start producing faster through quicker access to onboarding and loan information. And broker retention is improved as employees are happier at work and borrowers have an improved experience with brokers, strengthening overall company reputation. There's also the possibility of a direct, positive impact on revenue. In fact, based on current industry statistics, a 25% increase in productivity among the top 40 percent of loan officers could increase net revenue by 20 percent.
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