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Mortgage 2000 links up with MortgageStream


Mortgage 2000s sourcing system Encore has announced that they are to extend their offering of connectivity to back office systems by launching a two way link with MortgageStream.

This will enable their users to import and export client and lender data plus all relevant documents including KFIs and Fact Finds to and from MortgageStream.

It has developed a branded version of its software customised for Encore users and offers a range of time saving features to help assist the busy mortgage broker.

Mortgage 2000 md Sean Hornsby says: “This two-way link considerably simplifies the business processes and increases efficiency by removing the need to re-key data into different systems. Existing Encore users can use MortgageStream to deliver a seamlessly integrated solution to their customers, with a choice to employ the call recording, SMS text and e-mail update facilities to improve efficiency and clarity of the new business audit trail.

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