QUOTEVINE is launching a full website service, integrating a new front end platform with its already established back end expertise.
Speaking at a business briefing today (February 20, 2020), chief sales officer Rebecca Duckworth (pictured above) unveiled a programme that “puts brokers at the forefront of our business in 2020”.
The fintech software solutions provider said that the company would now be providing a front end website that links through to its backend CRM software.
“We will also be partnering with dealer finance providers so brokers can have business to sell, while also allowing ratebooks to be uploaded, proposal and e-sign integration plus throughput to marketing platforms such as Mailchimp.”
Quotevine will also offer a three-tier programme of website service to accommodate different broker sizes: Essentials, Plus and Ultimate.
“We have been seen in the market as expensive. This approach will provide evidence that we are not.”
Duckworth added that she thought there were also significant opportunities with superbrokers that had already built their own bespoke websites.
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Ralph Morton is the leading journalist in the leasing broker sector and editor of Broker News, the website which provides information and news for BVRLA-registered leasing brokers. He also writes extensively on the fleet and leasing market in both the UK and Europe.