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The Right Mortgage and Protection Network agrees five year Mortgage Brain deal

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 06/09/2017
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The Right Mortgage and Protection Network agrees five year Mortgage Brain deal
The Right Mortgage and Protection network (RMC), has agreed to a five-year contract with Mortgage Brain for its CRM and sourcing software.

The network said the new agreement comes after an intensive evaluation of the industry’s mortgage sourcing and customer relationship manager (CRM) system providers, including a detailed evaluation of current system capabilities as well as product development initiatives and software investment plans.

Adam Stretton, managing director at The Right Mortgage and Protection network (TRMPN), said: “Providing our members and mortgage advisers with access to the very best technology solutions is critical to the ongoing success of our business.

“The advances Mortgage Brain continues to make to its sourcing and point-of-sale (POS) systems shows a commitment to not only keep pace with, but lead, the rapidly changing mortgage advice market, and we have no doubt that its systems are the right solutions for our members now, and well into the future.”

TRMPN mortgage advisers will now be exclusively using the Key, which offers a new secure client portal, which is responsive, the Mortgage Trading Exchange (MTE), and insurance and protection companies.

Mortgage Brain’s online and offline, first and second charge sourcing solutions will also be provided to the firm’s advisers as its preferred mortgage sourcing solution.

Mark Lofthouse, CEO of Mortgage Brain, said: “The latest developments we’ve made to our POS and sourcing systems – including the new client portal and the delivery of side-by-side, first and second charge, mortgage sourcing – are a result of our continuous investment programme.

“We’re delighted to be working with the the network’s advisers and further developing a long and mutually beneficial partnership relationship.”

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