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Tuesday, November 13 • 4:00pm - 4:40pm
How Blockchain Can Transform the Mortgage Industry

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How Blockchain Can Transform the Mortgage Industry

We are in a digital age however when one looks for their dream home, the mortgage process can take as long as 60 days to complete. Not what we expect in a time where processes are known to take place swiftly and seamlessly. Mortgages businesses are facing the heat and are in immediate need of upgrading their operating model to reduce costs, decrease the processing time and enhance the customer experience. Therefore, providers are exploring multiple ways of tapping emerging technologies to solve this industry problem. During this session, Chander Damodaran, Chief Blockchain Architect at Brillio Technologies, will discuss how blockchain could transform the mortgage business and its value chain. Blockchain can bridge the gap and provide a seamless digital channel to enable quicker and transparent mortgage processing thereby elevating the overall experience and helping drive costs down.

Throughout this session attendees will learn and understand:
  • Trends and issues in US Mortgage industry
  • GSA Blockchain initiatives and its impact on Mortgage industry
  • Perspective on integrating Blockchain for Mortgage providers, Insurance and Government agencies

Speakers
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Chander Damodaran

Chief Blockchain Architect, Brillio Technologies
Chander Damodaran, Chief Blockchain Architect is a problem solver, evangelist focused on bringing in the right mix of business and technical competency to solve large business problems. He thrives in fuzziness and love in defining the blueprint for digital transformation with clear... Read More →



Tuesday November 13, 2018 4:00pm - 4:40pm
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