Aidium Mortgage CRM secures $19 million in Series A funding

Aidium Mortgage CRM, a pioneer in mortgage technology solutions, has announced the successful completion of a $19 million Series A funding round. The round was spearheaded by PeakSpan Capital, marking a significant vote of confidence in Aidium’s innovative approach to reshaping the mortgage industry.

The investment arrives at a critical juncture in the mortgage market, characterized by heightened competition and the pressing need for technological advancement. Aidium stands out with its commitment to equipping loan officers with state-of-the-art tools, ensuring their ability to stay ahead in the game.

Spencer Dusebout, the CEO of Aidium, leads the company with a clear vision: to offer mortgage lenders a comprehensive platform that streamlines the entire borrower lifecycle. Aidium’s platform boasts a suite of advanced features, including business intelligence, data warehousing, pipeline management, and robust permissioning systems. These tools are designed to fill existing market voids while remaining accessible and integrable.

The fresh capital from this funding round is earmarked for further development of Aidium’s platform, broadening its customer reach, and cementing its status as a frontrunner in the mortgage tech arena. With an emphasis on process simplification, return on investment, and exceptional customer service, Aidium is gearing up for a period of accelerated growth and sustained achievement.

Commenting on the investment, Aidium’s CEO, Spencer Dusebout, stated, “We are beyond excited to be partnered with PeakSpan Capital as we accelerate our growth and expand our reach in the mortgage industry. This investment validates our commitment to innovation and our vision of revolutionizing the way mortgage professionals interact with borrowers.”

“Despite the challenging mortgage environment in 2022 and 2023, the business has been able to meaningfully scale revenue and roll-out powerful new data products to further enhance its value proposition. We see such tremendous opportunity for further innovation in the category and are energized to support the team in 2024 and beyond.” said PeakSpan Vice President, Kyle Reitinger.

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