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Exchange announces integration with Mint

The Exchange has announced the integration of its quotation and new business services into Mint Financial Services bespoke back office business and administration system.
The deal is aimed at reducing administrative processes for Mints 140 IFAs and Independent Mortgage Advisers, removing the need to re-enter data many times.
This is the latest in step in The Exchanges integration programme which already includes 1st Software, Bankhall, Mortgage Brain, Quay Software and Synaptic Systems.
Mint Financial Services ceo Paul Gains says: “This integration will make The Exchanges quote and transaction services even easier to use and will deliver significant time savings across our business.”

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