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SDS Applications to install MAPS system at Mortgage Finders

Mortgage processing technology provider SDS Applications is to install the SDS MAPS system at Birmingham-based Mortgage Finders UK.

The SDS system will provide a web-based service that will be available to all of Mortgage Finders&#39 introducer partners. The system features 24-hour access via the internet for individual introducers with access to online application forms, status tracking facilities and statistical

information.

SDS says MAPS automates the mundane tasks associated with processing mortgage casesand provides the tools to help administration staff process a greater number of cases in a shorter period of time.

Anthony Richardson, head of broker sales at Mortgage Finders, says: “Our partnership with SDS will allow Mortgage Finders to provide its members with the best system on the market.Our overall proposition is based around providing quality service in a cost effective environment and SDS compliments our strategy well.”

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