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Guild Mortgage Supports Growth with Mortgage Accounting Solution, Loan Vision
Guild Mortgage Company, a leading nationwide mortgage lender with over 300
branches across 47 states, was beginning to experience trying times with its legacy,
industry
-
specific accounting solution. Day
-
to
-
day accounting tasks were becoming
burdensome, and an elongated month end close process revolving around manually
creating reports and reviewing branch P&Ls was becoming unmanageable. In addition,
Guild
s finance department recognized the need for more automation and efficiency to
support its future growth plans.

Guild Mortgage Company, a leading nationwide mortgage lender with over 300 branches across 47 states, was beginning to experience trying times with its legacy, industry-specific accounting solution. Day-to-day accounting tasks were becoming burdensome, and an elongated month end close process revolving around manually creating reports and reviewing branch P&Ls was becoming unmanageable. In addition, Guild’s finance department recognized the need for more automation and efficiency to support its future growth plans.

 

 

 

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