MISMO Launches New Collaboration Tool and Updated Website
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WASHINGTON, D.C. (October 17, 2016) - MISMO® the Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization recently launched MISMO Connect, a new tool that improves collaboration and communication across the MISMO community. MISMO Connect replaces the previous SharePoint and Listserv tools. MISMO Connect will be the official repository for MISMO documents and workgroup activities.
MISMO Connect serves as a central gateway for all MISMO workgroups, which are now organized into individual community sites on MISMO Connect. Members of each MISMO workgroup can access their community site on MISMO Connect and view meeting times, agendas, announcements, documents and discussions. MISMO Connect also offers members a central resource for MISMO standards, products and other collateral. MISMO Connect is a valuable tool available exclusively to MISMO members.
"From the beginning, collaboration has been key to MISMO's mission to serve the mortgage industry," said Jan Davis, Vice President of MISMO. "MISMO Connect builds upon this tradition of collaboration by providing a rich, interactive environment where MISMO members can discuss ideas, share resources and receive up-to-the-minute information on MISMO workgroup activities. If you want the latest information on all the exciting work MISMO is doing, MISMO Connect is the place to go."
MISMO has also redesigned its website, www.MISMO.org, with a fresher look and easier-to-navigate interface. Website visitors can learn more about MISMO Summits, educational courses, professional and software certifications, and the many benefits of membership in MISMO, which include valuable leadership and networking opportunities. And, importantly, site visitors can more easily find and download standards created by MISMO.
Those attending the 2016 MBA Annual Convention and Expo can learn more about MISMO Connect and the many other benefits of MISMO membership by visiting booth (#716) in the main exhibit hall at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston.