Wolters Kluwer Enhances end-to-end User Experience for Latest PPP Funding Through TSoftPlus Software and eOriginal Platform
Users of complementary solutions benefit from rapid software deployment and enhanced features to navigate intricacies of PPP
In anticipation of the recently announced U.S. fiscal stimulus package, which provides $284.5 billion in additional Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) stimulus funding, Wolters Kluwer’s Compliance Solutions business has further enhanced its award-winning Paycheck Protection Program Supported by TSoftPlus software to expedite Small Business Administration (SBA) loan applications. Thanks to its recently announced acquisition of eOriginal, Wolters Kluwer Compliance Solutions is also able to offer a digital loan platform that enables compliance with SBA Appendix 8 mandates for digital loans.
These complementary solutions allow lenders to navigate the intricacies of PPP. Benefits include accelerated PPP lending from application, to closing, to pledging to the Federal Reserve under the Borrower-in-Custody program by eliminating the manual post-closing activities that have presented an unanticipated challenge for the industry.
The upgraded TSoftPlus software features SaaS workflow functionality and is designed to help main street lenders support the anticipated flood of new PPP loan applications to help small businesses manage the negative impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. Wolters Kluwer has integrated its award-winning Online Applications technology to integrate borrowers’ online loan applications directly into the TSoftPlus platform, reducing duplicative manual entry of loan applicant information, while further digitizing the process end-to-end, from origination through the forgiveness phase.
Notably, TSoftPlus also includes combined and complementary capabilities with eOriginal’s digital lending platform to simplify the SBA PPP program for lenders in three key ways. This includes the ability for SBA lenders to execute an end-to-end workflow for PPP loans digitally. The solution also enables lenders to meet the SBA’s mandatory compliance requirements for digital loan signature and storage. Finally, lenders can apply standards that align to Borrower-in-Custody requirements for their Federal Reserve Banks, streamlining the pledging process to free up capital.
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The enhancedTSoftPlus solution, meanwhile, provides additional functionality for online applications, e-signature, digital asset certainty, closing documents and electronic submission to the SBA. It also provides active monitoring and updating of SBA forms and criteria, transaction status reporting, full forgiveness processing and the ability to electronically pledge loans to the Federal Reserve. Collectively, Wolters Kluwer and eOriginal have enabled almost 500 SBA lenders in the initial rounds of the PPP program, ensuring a contactless borrower experience and, in the process, helped those small businesses save more than two million U.S. workers’ jobs.
“Speed, ease of use, and the ability for lenders to document their applications proved to be critical components during the first two phases of PPP. The improvements we have incorporated into our TSoftPlus tool, combined with eOriginal’s complementary digital lending platform, will further advance those capabilities while easing the demand on human capital. Ultimately, we are enabling main street lenders to more effectively help their PPP customers access this new round of funding, helping them to navigate the various intricacies of the program,” said Steven Meirink, Executive Vice President and General Manager for Wolters Kluwer Compliance Solutions. “The acquisition of eOriginal’s proven platform uniquely provides lenders with complete Digital Asset Certainty in the PPP process, including all SBA requirements to remain an approved participant in the program.”
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