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eMoneyfacts links Mortgage Search with Plum Software

eMoneyfacts has announced that it has linked its Mortgage Search with Plum Software, an independent software house for financial advisers and mortgage brokers.

eMoneyfacts is the adviser portal offered free to all Moneyfacts and Business Moneyfacts subscribers. The site includes whole of market mortgage sourcing, ePages, constantly updated versions of Moneyfacts magazine pages, a mortgage hub, free insurance and mortgage compliance help, Moneyfacts selections, an interactive jobs search, products and industry news and much more. eMoneyfacts already has over 7,000 registered users and this figure is growing daily.

Plum Software provides a back office solution to advisers and brokers to manage all their business needs through a single integrated system. It handles everything from generating sales, completing admin tasks to analysing business needs. It caters for general and specialist advisers in mortgages, pensions, investments and protection.

Ann Dempster, managing director of Plum Software, says: We are continually developing and updating our service. By linking our software to eMoneyfacts this will make life easier for advisers and brokers as they can not only be sure they are passing across accurate information, it also saves them re-keying the details.

Emma Butler, editor of eMoneyfacts, adds: We are delighted to offer our users this additional functionality through integrating with Plum Software. Moneyfacts position as the leading source of accurate and independent financial data for the industry means eMoneyfacts in a uniquely strong position. Linking with Plum Software concretes our commitment to our users of continual development of eMoneyfacts.

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