Capsilon Improves DocVelocity Desktop Performance

Changes include performance improvements to increase speed and storage

Business Wire


Capsilon, a provider of cloud-based document sharing, imaging and document management solutions for mortgage lenders, has enhanced its DocVelocity desktop application to substantially improve performance. Changes include an advanced printer driver, local page caching and page streaming to speed up the way mortgage documents are imaged, stored, downloaded and viewed.

The updated printer driver enables users to print documents from their desktop applications with reduced file sizes, making them more efficient for uploading, downloading and storage. Intelligent page streaming downloads images only as they need to be viewed by the user, providing a visible performance improvement. Additionally, when users download a document from the cloud to their desktop, images are locally cached to increase speed when needed again.

“We’re very impressed with the increased speed of the newest DocVelocity desktop application,” said Bruce Clarke, chief technology officer of Michigan Mutual Inc. “The faster solution is making our users more productive.”

“DocVelocity’s improved desktop application makes optimal use of system resources to provide users a better overall experience,” said Sanjeev Malaney, chief executive officer at Capsilon. “The latest updates enable lenders to use DocVelocity faster and more effectively than ever before.”

About Capsilon

Since 2004, Capsilon has helped lenders and other mortgage companies replace paper with electronic loan folders and paper-based processes with secure online collaboration. The company’s product, DocVelocity®, is a cloud-based imaging solution enabling document capture, collaboration, loan delivery and retention. The winner of numerous mortgage technology awards, Capsilon currently serves small and medium sized mortgage companies as well as several of the largest lenders in the U.S. Learn more at

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Kalyn Ballard, 678-781-7221
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