eTech announced as Mortgage Technology Provider of the Year 2018 at The Mortgage Awards from MoneyAge
The event was the 1st Annual Mortgage Awards from MoneyAge celebrating excellence within the UK Mortgage Industry. The winners were announced at the highly anticipated gala dinner and ceremony on Thursday 10 May 2018 at the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, London.
This award was our third in recent months in recognition of our Survey & Valuation App – an iPad-based surveying tool for RICS Chartered Surveyors allowing streamlined data capture and lender form completion for residential Mortgage Valuation Reports and HomeBuyers Reports. Together with Survey Hub, our desktop workflow management tool, our surveying products bring considerable efficiency savings for clients, and dramatically improve property risk management, including reduced exposure to PI claims, through automation of processes previously carried out manually and prone to error.
David Driver, Director at eTech received the award on the evening and commented: “We are honoured to be recognised once again for our technological achievements in the mortgage industry. It’s testament to the hard work and determination of our team, who over the last few years have developed and delivered to market, a product that has completely transformed the way surveyors carry out mortgage valuations – improving consistency and accuracy, while reducing valuation risk and PI exposure. We continue to work closely with all our partners, developing new solutions with the latest technology.”
Lastly, recognition and our congratulations must also go to two of our partners who also won awards on the night:
Vida Homeloans – Specialist Lender of the Year
e.surv Chartered Surveyors – Mortgage Surveyor of the Year
We are proud to be working closely with both partners, providing technological solutions to improve efficiencies and risk mitigation in the lending and surveying world.
Further information on our Surveying Products can be found here.
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