Ocrolus API

Ocrolus API Documentation

Welcome to Ocrolus' API Documentation. You'll find comprehensive guides and documentation here to help you get started with the Ocrolus API. Let's jump right in!

Getting Started in Mortgage

Ocrolus offers a variety of solutions for mortgage providers that revolve around document classification, data extraction, and data analysis. We classify, collate, and capture data fields from qualified and non-qualified mortgage applications.
These capabilities are offered through three channels:

  1. Ellie Mae Encompass Integration
  2. Ocrolus Web App
  3. Direct API Integration

Example - Use case: A loan processor receiving a correspondent loan package

The Ocrolus suite of products automates this entire process. We can classify mortgage documents, produce an application completeness report, extract all necessary data from the provided documents, and run a variety of calculations and analytics on the extracted data.

We work with mortgage originators to expand form type support through its three phase Encompass integration process, whereby:

  • We connect into the Lender's Encompass instance to learn document taxonomy.
  • We map the Lender's document taxonomy into standard Ocrolus form types.
  • We map Ocrolus data capture elements into customer or standard Encompass data fields.

Support for Common Form Types

The following is a list of common mortgage form types that we support out-of-the-box.

Ocrolus Form Types: Income

Paystub

Pension Award Letter

Social Security Award Letter

SSA-1099

W2

Ocrolus Form Types: Employment

Paystub

W2

Verification of Employment Letter

Ocrolus Form Types: Identity & Address

Driver's License

H1B

Passport

Permanent Resident Card

Social Security Card

Ocrolus Form Types: Deposits & Assets

Bank Statement

Brokerage Statement

Ocrolus Form Types: Mortgage Origination

1003

1008 - Transmittal Summary

4506-T

Updated 19 days ago


Getting Started in Mortgage


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