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N4 Solutions appoints consultant

N4 Solutions has appointed Henry Woodcock as client solutions consultant.

N4, an Experian company that provides multi-channel distribution and technology software for the mortgage industry, says Woodcock will be responsible for evolving N4’s services and products.

He joins the firm from TietoEnator, the IT solutions provider formerly known as AttentiV and Lynx Financial Systems, where he was a principal consultant.

He spent 11 years at TietoEnator, primarily in sales support and product development, and has more than 20 years of financial solutions experience.

Steve Jones, managing director of Experian’s Mortgage and Wealth Management, says: “We believe in being more than just a solutions provider. We are committed to delivering thought-leadership, domain expertise and excellent service and products to our clients.

“Henry’s expertise and breadth of knowledge in financial solutions only adds to our competency in these areas.”

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