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Target bluechip scores Usave contract

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Target bluechip, the loan and mortgage broker software provider, has won a contract to supply the back office system to Usave, a business dedicated to helping people save money on their financial products and household bills.

Target bluechip has a proven track record as the leading software solution for brokers and bridging lenders, it automates the loan and mortgage process enabling brokers to improve profitability, drive business growth and drive significant operational efficiencies. For Usave Target bluechip will process secured loans, bridging finance and commercial loans for Usave.

Phil Wiiburg, Products Manager at Usave, commented: "We required a system that had multi-product capability enabling us to manage all our products on one system. Target bluechip's efficient channel management and the ability to manage all our introducers in one place, whilst ensuring effective reporting was a key driver in our selection process."

Chris Butterworth, Target Bluechip, Head of Broker Services, commented: "We look forward to working with the team at Usave to ensure that they can meet their ambitious growth plans. Target bluechip is truly scalable used by brokerages with up to 200 members of staff and provides efficiency, accuracy and growth opportunities meaning companies like Usave are ideally positioned to benefit from its capabilities." 

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