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New APIs : Fusion LaserPro Cloud

Dear community,


We are pleased to announce the release of a 3 new APIs in the B2B channel.




Fusion LaserPro Cloud Connect – Consumer


This API provides the ability for a Loan Origination system to submit consumer loan transaction data to the Document Generation system to be used to populate compliant loan documentation.


It contains 2 enpoints :

  • POST /consumer-loans : imports a consumer loan transaction
  • GET /loans/{transactionNumber} : returns the details of a specified loan transaction in the install


You can find this new API documentation here.


Fusion LaserPro Cloud Connect – Commercial


This API provides the ability for a Loan Origination system to submit commercial loan transaction data to the Document Generation system to be used to populate compliant loan documentation.


It contains 2 enpoints :

  • POST /commercial-loans : imports a commercial loan transaction
  • GET /loans/{transactionNumber} : returns the details of a specified loan transaction in the install

You can find this new API documentation here.



Fusion LaserPro Cloud Connect – Configuration


This API provides the ability for a Loan Origination system to obtain system configuration information from the Document Generation system. This information may include standard loan products, loan types, call codes, rates, credit bureaus, collateral, payment types and fees if configured in the Document Generation system. The Loan Origination system may use this data to populate its product library.


It contains 17 enpoints :

  • GET /collateral-codes : returns a list of codes configured for the optional library \"Call Code\" in the install or for the main office specified in the request. A call code is a code (typically defined by the host) used to classify loan types for a call report. A call report is a periodic report sent to regulatory agencies concerning the lender's financial status.


  • GET /collateral-codes : returns a list of codes configured for the optional library \"Collateral Code\" in the install or for the main office specified in the request. A collateral code is a code (typically defined by the host) classifying the loan or collateral by its collateral type.



  • GET /credit-bureaus : returns a list of credit bureaus configured in the install


  • GET /host-system-codes :returns a list of codes configured for the optional library \"Host System\" in the install or for the main office specified in the request. Generally used for host-defined loan product codes or to indicate the ICC transaction used for uploading to the host.


  • GET /indexing-type-codes: returns a list of codes configured for the optional library \"Indexing Type Code\" in the install or for the main office specified in the request. This may be used to specify the indexing type used in Document Archive Configuration. It is often used to specify the line of business without having to set up individual document archive configurations for each.


  • GET /class-codes : returns a list of codes configured for the optional library \"Class Code\" in the install or for the main office specified in the request. A class code is a code (typically defined by the host) used to classify loan types for reporting purposes.


  • GET /user-codes : returns a list of codes configured for the optional libraries in the install or for the main office specified in the request. This is a user-defined code for classification and reporting purposes. They appear on the boarding data. A host interface may use one or more of these fields for a specific purpose on upload.


  • GET /charge-codes : returns a list of codes configured for the optional library \"Charge Code\" in the install or for the main office specified in the request. A charge code is a code, typically defined by the host system, that may be used for loan classification and reporting purposes.


  • GET /portfolio-codes: returns a list of codes configured for the optional library \"Portfolio Code\" in the install or for the main office specified in the request. They are typically defined by the host system and may be used to categorize the general category of the loan type for boarding or reporting purposes.


  • GET /purpose-codes: returns a list of codes configured for the optional library \"Purpose Code\" in the install or for the main office specified in the request. This is the code defining the specific purpose for which the borrower will use the loan proceeds. The code may be defined by the host system.


  • GET /products/{standardProductId} : returns the details of the configuration of a specified product template in the install.


  • GET /rates : returns a list of rate codes for any rates configured in the install.


  • GET / main-offices : returns a list of the main offices configured in the installation. Each install must have at least one main office. Multiple main offices indicate a holding company serving multiple financial institutions.


  • GET /officers : returns a list of all Officer and Processor codes configured in the install.


  • GET / branches : returns a list of Branch identifiers configured for the main office specified in the request. To specify a branch when importing a loan transaction, it must match an identifier on this list.


  • GET / cra-account-type-codes : returns a list of codes configured for the optional library \"CRA Account Type\" in the install or for the main office specified in the request. CRA Account Types are used to classify loans for Community Reinvestment Act reporting purposes.


  • GET / products : returns a list of all standard product templates configured in the install or for the main office supplied in the request.


You can find this new API documentation here.




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