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Lending Software as a business platform?

Would you consider a system software in optimization of your business? What other matters would you consider a platform to be the best system in your business? I would like to know more.

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No.

I have some family in the mortgage and banks at they roll their own or use what the banks supply.

I have yet to hear of a private company breaking into this fairly welded shut environment.

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Definitely

Definitely but in case would you ever consider a software as a best platform to innovate your business for example? Just want to know more on the business side thou, thanks

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