|By Business Wire||
|May 20, 2014 02:41 PM EDT||
Mortgage Returns, a provider of TRUE CRM technology and automated marketing solutions for the mortgage industry, was recently named a Top 50 Service Provider by Mortgage Technology, which recognizes top technology vendors in the mortgage industry.
Mortgage Returns was chosen based on its TRUE CRM system, a database-driven, automated marketing solution that enables lenders to capitalize on relationships by improving the effectiveness of their marketing campaigns. Mortgage Returns’ CRM enables lenders to more effectively target prospective borrowers, current customers and referral partners with automated, one-to-one marketing.
The nominees were judged on four criteria: continued advancement of technology and services, viable revenue model and value proposition to customers, exceptional customer service and unique impact on the mortgage industry. Nominations were judged by the Mortgage Technology editorial staff and focused on vendors’ accomplishments in the past 12 months.
“It is a great achievement to be listed among this year’s top service providers,” said Jim Blatt, CEO of Mortgage Returns. “To be recognized illustrates that the mortgage industry is continuing to evolve towards using more comprehensive marketing solutions, which allow lenders to maximize marketing ROI, boost profitability with reporting capabilities and strengthen relationships with their customers, prospects and referral partners.”
About Mortgage Returns
St. Louis-based Mortgage Returns provides a database-driven, automated marketing solution to help mortgage originators maximize profitability from clients, prospects and referral partners. Through an award-winning database management and marketing system, Mortgage Returns provides timely and relevant marketing for more than 9,000 mortgage originators nationwide. Mortgage Returns’ customized marketing solution also increases referrals and cross sell opportunities for more than 275 financial institutions. For more information about Mortgage Returns, visit www.mortgagereturns.com.
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