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1st Software and TMO in info exchange partnership

1st Software and The Mortgage Operation have announced a partnership that will allow 1st Software&#39s Adviser Office system 8,500 users to exchange information with TMO&#39s 2000 advisers. Information exchange between the two systems will reduce the need to re-key data.

Nick Berry, head of mortgages at 1st Software, underlines the importance of time saving measures, saying that &#39advisers need to be able to re-use captured client information repeatedly, to save time and money when providing mortgage advice.&#39 Mark Charlesworth, MD of TMO, backs him up, saying that &#39system integration is the way forward for the broker community.&#39

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