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Target Bluechip launches debt planner

Target Bluechip has launched a new packaged software solution for debt management plan providers.

Debt Planner enables debt management companies to manage all their plans in one place.

Debt Planner is a new addition to the Target Bluechip suite of solutions for brokers, introducers and debt management companies developed by Target Group.

Dennis Freyne, senior product consultant at Target Group, says: “Debt Planner from Target Bluechip helps debt management companies to more efficiently run their business.  It’s simple to use – you can run your business with our solution available out of the box.

“With renewed commitment from the regulators to make the debt management industry more responsible by significantly raising standards, prudent providers need to act swiftly to survive.  We’re confident Debt Planner enables providers to work smarter, whilst helping them follow best practice.”

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