SimplyBiz extends partnership with Mortgage Brain SimplyBiz extends partnership with Mortgage Brain

12 Apr 2017 Martin Reynolds

SimplyBiz Mortgages has extended its partnership with Mortgage Brain to continue offering the Key, MortgageBrain Classic and MortgageBrain Anywhere to its members as part of its reward programme.

Martin Reynolds, Chief Executive of SimplyBiz Mortgages, commented: “We are committed to providing our members with access to market-leading technology solutions and we are delighted to have completed a new agreement with Mortgage Brain.

“The advances Mortgage Brain continues to make to its sourcing and POS systems shows a commitment to keep pace with the rapidly changing environment and we have no doubt that MortgageBrain Classic, MortgageBrain Anywhere and the Key will continue to play a lead role in enhancing the mortgage advice and sales process.”

Mark Lofthouse, CEO of Mortgage Brain, added: “We’re delighted that SimplyBiz Mortgages continues to offer our mortgage sourcing and POS solutions to its members. Our systems use the latest technology available and the features and capabilities offered by our innovative sourcing systems and the Key make them the most accurate and powerful systems in the industry.

“I have no doubt that they will continue to play a key role in the ongoing success of SimplyBiz Mortgages’ business.”


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