Discover Nexval Servicing Process Automation

From the moment you acquire a servicing relationship to servicing transfers, loss mitigation, and closure, we help you identify opportunities for profitability and growth through automation in mortgage services.
Nexval Servicing Process Automation maximizes the value generated from every relationship. It offers both rule-based and intelligent automation through our proprietary tools like IntelliDoc, along with function-specific RPA mortgage bots.

Servicing Digitization

Nexval transforms your servicing landscape for the digital era. We help migrate legacy systems to the cloud, develop new applications, and monitor systems through business intelligence (BI). This lays the foundation for a strong mortgage automation capability.

Cognitive Technologies

Our suite of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) tools fast-tracks the ROI from servicing relationships. The Nexval DevOps team, cybersecurity team, and managed services team help you get the most out of cutting-edge cognitive technologies.

Industry Experience

Nexval Servicing Process Automation is powered by 1,000+ subject matter experts who specialize in addressing your needs. Our solution portfolio included 40+ automation tools, including function-specific sequential RPA bots for automation in mortgage servicing.

Automated servicing acquisition and transfer, connecting disparate systems Pre and post loan boarding assistance while ensuring data integrity Automated notice of inspection (NOI) audit
Improving consumer loan operations to strengthen relationships Loss mitigation through automation-assisted due diligence and intelligent recommendations Paperless servicing records and document

Are You Facing Challenges with Your Loan Servicing System?

Servicing processes aim to recover payments in a seamless manner and reconcile transactions across multiple systems without error. Unfortunately, a typical servicing workflow has many silos that cause data and effort duplication. The reliance on manual effort means that there’s always a risk of errors, particularly when there is a major regulatory change or an industry shift like during the pandemic.