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Evaluate introduces modular sourcing

Evaluate Technologies has developed a modular proposition for its EvaluateConsumer sourcing solution, which makes it available to any firm – regardless of budget or sales process.

The tiered pricing proposition has been developed as a result of initial feedback from the recent beta testing of the system.

The feedback highlighted the need to tailor the solution in order to best fit the varied business models of companies wishing to proceed with the solution.

In response to these requirements Evaluate has developed a range of cost-effective offerings to appeal to everybody from sole traders right through to large national brokerages and networks.

It also offers a free consultancy service to help prospective clients decide on the best solution for their individual business.

EvaluateConsumer enables brokers to access a growing segment of consumers who wish to transact online.

It also enables them to reduce low value activities such as data gathering, learning rates and criteria and re-keying across multiple systems.

Julie Speed, national accounts director at Evaluate Technologies, says: “At Evaluate, we understand the importance of fitting around our clients’ business models – rather than expecting them to fit around ours. Our whole of market panel and extensive admin suite allows the client to select a solution that adds the greatest value to their business.

“Initial feedback has been overwhelmingly positive and we are extremely excited about helping our clients to increase their profitability in 2009 and beyond.”

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