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360 DotNet seals deals with Mortgage Brain and Alexander Hall

  • 21/11/2019
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360 DotNet seals deals with Mortgage Brain and Alexander Hall
360 DotNet has confirmed that its back office system 360 Lifecycle now integrates with the online sourcing system offered by Mortgage Brain, MortgageBrain Anywhere.


The move means that all of the 6,500 plus users of 360 Lifecycle have access to the sourcing system, which the firms said will help speed up the mortgage process for brokers and their clients.

Ozgur Unlu, managing director of 360 Dotnet, comments: “Our integration with Mortgage Brain provides an exciting opportunity to collaborate with another well regarded mortgage technology service for the benefit of our customers.”

Mark Lofthouse, chief executive of Mortgage Brain, said: “This is a complementary move in our innovation story to transform the mortgage sourcing and advice journey for advisers.”


Alexander Hall deal

Alongside the Mortgage Brain integration, 360 DotNet has also announced that it will now be providing broker Alexander Hall with its 360 Lifecycle service.

Dominic Scott, managing director of Alexander Hall, said the product complemented the broker’s commitment to its advisers offering the best quality advice, supported by technology.

He said: “The 360 DotNet team also shares our passion for growth and we look forward to bringing the ideas on our roadmap to fruition.”

Unlu added: “We are very pleased to be supporting this major mortgage and protection organisation with its ambitious plans.

“Our 360 Lifecycle solution is now an intrinsic part of their business. As with our other major accounts our relationship management team will be working closely with Alexander Hall to ensure they gain the maximum benefits from our solution.”


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