The first September sprint brings a range of Mercury User Interface updates for Connective Asset Finance brokers and we have made some tweaks to the mapping fields in Mercury for the Digital Marketing Hub.
The team have continued development on the new Commissions App, we have made improvements to the Mercury Login page, and we have made some changes that will enable Virtual Branches to utilise the Lead Capture forms.
Release date: 17.09.2019
The Mercury login page is now the default login page for Mercury. It is accessible via https://login.connective.com.au and https://m5.connective.com.au. The next stage will be to allow for dynamic content to be displayed on the right-hand side of the login page. The purpose of this will be to provide you with up to date information about products, features and services that relate to you.
See the Accessing Mercury wiki article to learn more.
For subscribers to the Digital Marketing Hub we have added some new mapping fields. Gender and ContactID can now be mapped to the Digital Marketing Hub. It's important to note that the ContactID field in Mercury will be called MercuryID in the Digital Marketing Hub.
Learn more about mapping fields see the following wiki article to learn more.
We've made some changes for Virtual Branches so that they are able fully to utilise Mercury Connect and the Lead Capture form by following the same set up process as head office branches. See the Integrations section on the Wiki to learn more about these features.
For Connective Asset Finance Brokers we have made some changes to the interface on the Asset Finance calculator. You will notice that under Repayment Schedule, the Payment Method now has an option to select either In advance or in Arrears, and we have renamed the notes section to be called Goods Description.
See the Asset Finance Calculator wiki for more.
For Asset Finance Opportunities we have added Contract Maturity as a date filter and updated ít to be a column in the export report,
Looking at the Opportunity Grid in the CRM tab, you will notice that the Apply Online icon is now visible next to the Loans that have been submitted to Apply Online.
The team have been continuing their development of the new Commissions application. The finish line is in sight with only a few minor features to implement that will get it ready for beta. Keep an eye out!
For the latest on Mercury Development see the August 30/30.