IRVINE, Calif.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Advantage Systems, a provider of accounting and financial management tools for the mortgage industry, announces that it is now supporting Microsoft’s SQL Server database for its AMB - Accounting for Mortgage Bankers product.
“Oracle’s database has served us and our clients well. The performance and reliability of the Oracle database has been the reason many Fortune 500 companies use this database”
Advantage Systems had relied on the capacity and reliability of the Oracle database for almost twenty years but saw the need to support Microsoft’s database. Advantage Systems will continue to offer the Oracle database and in so doing provides lenders the choice between the two databases. Many lenders have demonstrated a preference for MS SQL Server, making this additional choice more convenient for them.
“Oracle’s database has served us and our clients well. The performance and reliability of the Oracle database has been the reason many Fortune 500 companies use this database,” said Brian Lynch, president of Advantage Systems. “We are very excited about the technology we have developed that allows us to support different databases and believe that technology will be critical in the years ahead.”
AMB is a robust accounting system that was specifically designed for mortgage bankers. The solution brings real-time accounting data to users, both accounting and non-accounting staff, in a practical, useable format. Key features include the ability to view loan level data that displays profitability by loan, loan type, loan officer and branch.
About Advantage Systems
Founded in 1986, Irvine, Calif.-based Advantage Systems is a provider of accounting and contract management tools for the mortgage and real estate industries. Advantage Systems’ Accounting for Mortgage Bankers (AMB) was developed in response to the demand the company saw for a general ledger accounting product specifically designed for the mortgage banking industry. AMB has the ability and reliability to track costs at loan level in real time, eliminating redundant spreadsheets and providing financial data that can be used by CEOs, management and staff who may not be trained as accountants. For more information, visit www.mortgageaccounting.com.