A specially designed Technology Pavilion will be held at this years Mortgage Business Expo, as part of a joint effort by six of the exhibitors.
Mortgage Brain, 1st Software, Quay Software, The Exchange, Thoroughbred Solutions and Webline have grouped together to form their own seminar area and presentation programme.
The Exchange will be discussing the benefits of its recently launched Exweb Broker, and Mortgage Brain will be demonstrating the Mortgage Trading Exchange.
Thoroughbred Solutions, will be previewing the new version of its 'Advances' product at the exhibition, which is set for release in January 2004.
1st Software, has teamed up with Mortgage 2000, Mortgage Brain, TMOS, Trigold and Webline to offer intermediaries free mortgage sourcing for two years and free online quotations for six months when they sign up for its software, Adviser Office Premier.
Mortgage Brain and 1st Software have also linked up with Norwich Union, Nationwide, The Woolwich, Mortgage Promotions, NatWest, Halifax and Alliance & Leicester to offerr a 'race-day' for two at one of the UK's leading race-tracks as part of its race card prize draw.
Andy White, show director, says: “Technology is key to the way brokers process applications so the pavilion will be a major feature area of the show. Having technology exhibitors in one place will allow brokers to have a comprehensive view of the solutions available to them.”
And Charlie Musson, PR manager at The Exchange, says: “With regulation approaching, intermediaries need to ensure they are maximising their investment in technology.
“The Technology Pavilion at Mortgage Business Expo is the ideal forum for intermediaries to explore the e-commerce services available, and the benefits they can deliver to their business.”