MReport November 2017

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TH E M R EP O RT | 9 FROM THE SOURCE Copyright © 2017 Mortgage Cadence, LLC. All rights reserved. To be the very best means partnering with a leading mortgage technology solutions provider. With true comprehensive mortgage technology, you'll have the most reliable software and dedicated people constantly by your side, powering your future every step of the way. Share This: NetSuite One World Streamline your back-office processes with NetSuite OneWorld, an app that provides scalable enterprise-resource planning. From the swipe of your phone you'll be able to manage expense reports, purchase orders, business dashboards, and security records. So whether you need to manage your business remotely, or just like the streamlined look, OneWorld provides functionality for business of all sizes. Read This: The Power of Moments: Why Certain Experiences Have Extraordinary Impact By Chip Heath and Dan Heath What makes one moment stand out from the next? According to Chip and Dan Heath, elevation, insight, pride, and connection. In their book, they delve into why these elements combine to make the moments that can change your career and personal path, but also how to foster such moment. Authors of previous New York Times bestsellers Switch and Made, in their most recent collaboration Chip and Dan Heath use real-life success stories to illustrate their research, and fans of the book include Craig Keeger, CEO of Virgin Atlantic, and Angela Duckworth, New York Times bestselling author of GRIT. Watch This: "Housing and Tax Reform" Need a quick brush up on the housing market may be implement by proposed tax reforms? This succinct, informative video by Fortune outlines the basics, including who could be impacted the most if new tax laws are put into place. With corresponding commentary from Jim Seida, Associate Professor of Accountancy in the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, you'll be up-to-speed in no time. Tweet This: @HUDDepSec In September, Pam Patenaude was sworn in as HUD Deputy Secretary and now you can follow her initiatives in her new role at the handle @HUDDepSec. Patenaude isn't the first HUD leader to get on the Twitter bandwagon—if you want to follow her boss, HUD Secretary Ben Carson, you can do so by searching @SecretaryCarson or catch up with all recent department news by following @HUDgov.

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