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Manage your Business with VirPack
VirPack's document management and imaging technology generates significant operating efficiency gains for any business and business process that involves collecting, viewing, managing, and storing documents and images.
We eat, sleep and breathe document management and imaging. It’s been our core competency for over 17 years, and we are committed to helping companies of any size, and in any industry, simplify and automate their business processes. As your business grows and industry changes, we will work with you. This collaborative effort ensures that your partnership with us will continue to evolve and grow with your business.
"VirPack's Document Management and Delivery System (DMDS) is a fully-functional and technically sound application that has allowed us to go paperless and deliver to our lenders in a more standard format, which ultimately has decreased our funding times and helped us turn our warehouse lines more quickly. And, the support is excellent – timely and accurate! If you are a mortgage lender planning to go paperless, VirPack's DMDS is the solution!"
Executive Vice President
"Equity Resources required a solution that could interface with our loan origination system, automate the splitting and indexing of documents using OCR and expedite loan delivery to our investors and business partners. As a result of implementing VirPack’s DMDS, we have gained additional processing efficiencies and competitive advantages, all of which have helped us accelerate the growth of our mortgage business."
Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer
"BofI Federal Bank wanted to enhance and streamline its end-to-end paperless loan process in the residential, commercial and multifamily lending operations. We selected VirPack’s Document Management and Delivery System for its robust functionality, intuitive interface and ability to integrate with our residential and commercial/multifamily loan origination systems."