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Evaluate improves lender systems

Evaluate Technologies has improved its capacity management systems to help lenders manage resources, avoid product withdrawal issues and cut down the time taken to relaunch product ranges.

Evaluate has extended its existing tranche management system so that lenders and distribution partners can manage scarce lending resources.

It has also improved its data management facilities so that lenders can cut the time it takes to relaunch a range.

Julie Gaskin, national accounts director at Evaluate Technologies, says: “Effective capacity management is required to give lenders and their distribution partners the control they need to be successful in the current climate.

“This involves more than just offering a tranche management facility, it must include accurate, real-time forecasting of future volumes and improved product data management functionality to speed up the launch of new ranges.”


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