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EDGE V2 goes live with integrated KFI for Platform

EDGE V2, the specialist sourcing and execution system of Enterprise Group, has gone live today with fully integrated Key Facts Illustration functionality with Platform.

A lender-verified KFI is now available on EDGE V2 across the Platform range with no re-keying of information and seamless broker log-on.

Harry Landy, managing director of EDGE V2, says: “Platform has been a big supporter of EDGE and it was keen to achieve full integration. I am delighted to say that we have now achieved that.”

This enhancement to EDGE follows the recent launch of an online, binding decision in principle facility for all lenders that have DIP capability on Enterprise’s panel. This allows brokers to immediately apply for a DIP on the system, without re-keying

Michael Clapper, group CEO at Enterprise, adds: “Platform is the latest in a long list of lenders that now fully integrate with EDGE V2 and this enhancement brings us another step closer to a completely lender-integrated system.”


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