Method delighted with reception of New Valuation Management Software
Method Valuation UK Limited who provide valuation panel management services to the secured lending industry across the UK are delighted with how their new valuation panel management software is being received by their lender clients.
Due to obvious issues with the legacy software, used by many valuation panel managers, Method has been working over several years to create a modern innovative alternative to radically improve service delivery expectations and the customer experience.
In particular Method’s internal Systems Developers have been working hard over the last year to implement the new internal software alongside a suite of portals designed to allow lenders, brokers and Valuers to interact with Method directly in real time. Method believe its fresh approach and software is long awaited and that it’s release is timely with data security demands of GDPR coming in to force this on 25th May 2018.
Operations Director, Niall Deas MRICS Registered Valuer, commented:
“We could not be happier with our clients feedback on the increased functionality that our bespoke software solution offers. This week has been important to the business with new changes to both our lender and valuer portals which we believe will significantly improve accuracy of data input and efficiencies. Throughout the development of our software we have been committed to producing a software solution that can fully challenge the legacy systems that exist in our industry and which no longer provide cutting edge service delivery.”
Method, which has offices in Gateshead and Stockton on Tees, believe that the delivery of these systems which have been in development for three years, is behind the significant increases in business activity since the start of the year.
Managing Director, Mark Robertson MRICS, said:
“We have seen some significant changes to how we operate over the last 6 months and these changes have made us far more efficient and closer to the business we have always aspired to be.”