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JustBoatLoans joins credit network

Wolters Kluwer Financial Services announced that JustBoatLoans, a marine financial services company, joined the AppOne platform.

AppOne helps to automate the credit approval, document preparation and financing processes for lenders and the dealerships they work with. JustBoatLoans will use AppOne to help simplify the preparation of loan documents, automate credit application processing and connect its dealer customers with lenders.

“AppOne is an ideal tool to support our efforts in helping marine dealers across the country find the right financing and insurance options for their customers,” JustBoatLoans president Larry Reagan said in a statement. “Not only does it help us simplify the loan origination process, but it also enables us to connect with more potential lending sources.”

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