Atlanta-based iLumen Inc. has released further details of its iMonitor automation system for customer lending data gathering and analysis. Currently in evaluation at several U.S. institutions, iMonitor will provide regular, up-to-date snapshots of lending operations and uses a proprietary data-mapping engine to standardize and map data input, conduct analysis and perform benchmarking. Full-scale rollout of iMonitor is scheduled for the third quarter of this year.
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