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CPDone platform goes global

CPDone platform goes global

Australian-based technology company CPDone has released the latest version of its cloud-based broker software, which has attracted interest from overseas clients.

In August 2012 CPDone released version 1.0 of the platform, which was deployed to over 6,000 brokers.

The updated version 2.0 has helped CPDone secure clients in both Australia and the ASEAN region, according to the company’s co-founder and managing director, Paul Eldridge.

“It seems that we have hit the market at the perfect time,” Mr Eldridge said. “With increasing regulatory attention and an ever-increasing compliance burden, companies are finding it almost impossible to stay on top of the mountain of compliance obligations.

“The new 2.0 version adds a revolutionary ‘Outcome Engine’, which enables organisations to set and manage goals such as compliance objectives via automatic notifications and dashboard reporting.”

Mr Eldridge has over 10 years’ experience in the mortgage and finance industry and has worked with clients such as Mortgage Choice, Westpac, NAB, CBA, Loan Market, LJ Hooker, Connective, AFG, eChoice and Liberty.

Liberty Network Services has become the latest broker group to roll out CPDone version 2.0 in an effort to provide innovative solutions for its credit advisers.

Liberty Networks Services managing director Brendan O’Donnell said the 2.0 release of CPDone provides an intuitive and mobile-friendly CPD and ongoing development solutions for the group’s brokers.

“It fits into our model of leveraging innovative technology to provide solutions for our advisers that benefit their business,” Mr O’Donnell said.

“With CPDone, our advisers can meet their annual CPD requirements with content that’s engaging and relevant to them.”

CPDone platform goes global
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