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SDLC Inks Deal with ActiveOps

SDLC Partners has formalized its relationship with digital operations management software provider, ActiveOps, forging an agreement to develop joint solutions which incorporate ActiveOps’ Workware solution in the United States. Workware is the most successful digital operations management application for back office and shared service environments.? It quantifies work and time, manages capacity, and measures productivity for both people and robots. Richard Jeffery, CEO, ActiveOps commented, “The combination of the ActiveOps solution and SDLC Partners’ extensive experience in performance improvement and change management consulting create an extremely powerful capability.”

LendingHome Makes Forbes List

LendingHome, an online lender challenging the mortgage finance industry, is a Forbes Fintech 50 company for the second year in a row. The prestigious list highlights 50 innovators that are changing how people save, spend, and invest. This is the magazine’s fourth Fintech 50 list, and the Forbes staff spent months pouring over nominations looking for financial technology companies that exhibited, among other criteria, “strong growth over the past year … at a faster pace than competitors.” The list recognizes companies that are “making industry-changing innovation.” At inception, LendingHome offered an alternative to traditional lenders, most of whom are hampered by high overhead, legacy software, and a continued reliance on manual processes. In the third quarter of 2018, it cost traditional lenders almost $8,200 to issue each mortgage, according to the most recent Mortgage Bankers Association’s Quarterly Mortgage Bankers Performance Report.

Oriden Launches in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh’s newest clean tech start-up just arrived. Oriden launched, with a national unveiling at Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s “The Future of Energy Summit” and local unveiling at Carnegie Mellon University’s “Energy Week.” Although this start-up recently launched, Oriden has a competitive advantage because it is fully-backed by Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, a Japanese multinational with operations globally and regional headquarters in Lake Mary, FL.