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Darlington selects Lynx banking programme

Darlington has selected Lynx Financial Systems&#39 Summit programme for its core banking systems.

Summit will manage the society&#39s full mortgage application processing and post completion administration.

The company says it will allow end to end processing throughout the life-cycle of the mortgage, beginning with any quotation, through to application and completion stages and followed by the ongoing administration of each mortgage.

Peter Rowley, chief executive of the society, says: “The main objective of the project is to provide the society with the most appropriate, efficient and effective system, delivered cost-effectively and on time to facilitate the demands of the organisation.”

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