Consolidated Analytics opens offices in Chennai & Pune, to hire 500

The company plans to hire up to 500 mortgage and technology professionals in India.


Consolidated Analytics, a US-based mortgage services provider, has announced the expansion of its operations globally and launched two new centers of excellence (CoE) in Chennai and Pune, India, to support the increasing demand for its next-generation mortgage services model. 

The company anticipates faster turnaround times, better service and a combination of high-tech and high-touch service with two new CoEs.


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Consolidated Analytics is focusing on redesigning its mortgage services delivery model. The company plans to hire up to 500 at its Chennai and Pune locations by the year-end with positions open in underwriting, mortgage processing, title services, accounting, digital mortgage solutions, AI, and IT infrastructure management.

Saravanan Thambusamy heads the Consolidated Analytics’ India locations. He has over 30 years of leadership experience in IT infrastructure, software development and business process services. Consolidated Analytics’ India teams focus on accelerating the application of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics process automation (RPA) for operational excellence in due diligence and other mortgage processes. 

“A highly experienced team of technology and mortgage process talent in India will help streamline and simplify cumbersome mortgage processes and maximize human capital where it counts most,” said Arvin Wijay, CEO, Consolidated Analytics. “Additionally, the digital capabilities of our India team will enable a nimbler and more intelligent mortgage services model; one that pairs a hand-selected team of onshore and offshore mortgage talent with automated workflow and tech-enablement.” 

Consolidated Analytics’ India Centers of Excellence are currently accepting applications and sourcing candidates for multiple roles. Interested candidates can apply here. 

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