Mortgagebot LLC

Last updated on May 13th, 2019 at 02:39 pm

LOCATION: 1000 W. Donges Bay Road, Suite 200, Mequon



PRODUCT OR SERVICE OFFERED: Mortgagebot provides a software solution enabling financial institutions to originate mortgage loans online. Mortgagebot combines its mortgage banking experience with leading-edge technology to create robust, configurable and affordable Internet solutions for over 650 mortgage lenders nationwide.

PROJECTED 2006 REVENUE: $22 million

LEADERSHIP TEAM: Scott Happ, president and chief executive officer, Susan Baker, senior vice president and chief product officer, John Cullen, senior vice president and chief financial officer.

TARGET CLIENTELE: Financial institutions (banks and credit unions).

BUSINESS ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIPS: Mortgage Bankers Association, America’s Community Bankers, American Credit Union Management Association, Independent Community Bankers Association.

WHAT HAS FUELED YOUR COMPANY’S GROWTH? Our company’s growth has been fueled by advanced product design, outstanding service levels and the rise of the Internet as a method for financial institutions to serve their customers.

DO YOU PLAN ANY CHANGES IN YOUR COMPANY IN THE UPCOMING MONTHS? We intend to significantly expand our sales and marketing effort next year. A significant amount of research and development is also planned for 2007.

WHO ARE THE BUSINESS PEOPLE, LOCALLY OR NATIONALLY, WHOM YOU ADMIRE? AND WHAT TRAITS DO THOSE PEOPLE EXHIBIT THAT MAKE YOU ADMIRE THEM? Bill Gates for his vision, Jack Welch for his human resource philosophies and Gordon Gunnlaugsson for his stewardship.

WHAT IS THE OUTLOOK FOR THE BUSINESS CONDITIONS OF YOUR INDUSTRY OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL MONTHS? Thriving community banking and credit union industries combined with the continued growth of Internet-based financial transactions suggest business conditions in our industry will remain solid in 2007

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