Watch our Webinar on The State of eMortgage
How many completely paperless mortgages did you close and deliver this year? For most lenders, the answer is still zero.
Despite the great gains made in creating the infrastructure and technological capabilities to support a fully electronic mortgage process, there is still one major gap in the paperless mortgage chain – the closing table.
Watch our webinar where we discuss what an eMortgage is, the value proposition and the details of implementing it. Our key speaker is Harry Gardner, Docutech's EVP of eStrategies. It's time to bridge the closing gap and begin to reach a fully paperless mortgage process.
Harry Gardner, Executive Vice President of eStrategies
Harry Gardner is executive vice president of eStrategies for Docutech, a leading provider of compliance and documentation technology. Founded in 1991 and headquartered in Idaho Falls, Idaho, Docutech provides complete document preparation services and guarantees accuracy, security and compliance in all 50 states. Docutech has the industry’s largest document library, which holds thousands of customized investor documents.
In this role, Gardner assists in the development of Docutech’s corporate and product strategy toward fully integrated eClosing capabilities, as well as related advanced features and functionality using electronic documents and eSignatures.
Boasting more than 16 years of industry experience and MISMO® leadership, Gardner most recently served as vice president of eStrategies at Ellie Mae. Prior to Ellie Mae, Gardner was president of SigniaDocs, Inc., a provider of legally compliant loan documents and technology. Gardner also served as vice president of Industry Technology for the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) as a respected leader with deep knowledge of the technology challenges that face mortgage lenders as they consider the future world of eMortgages. Gardner has also held various leadership roles at MISMO®, including chair of its Residential Governance Committee and a member of its board of directors.
Gardner earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Virgina.