CredMedic is a great software package because it has many different uses
Tuscaloosa, Alabama (PRWEB) April 23, 2007
CredMedic has been released for Windows with additional features and functions.
CredMedic is a personal finance software package used for managing credit and debt. The software has been released for Windows and has been given additional features to assist users. Features include a credit score calculator, a debt calculator, a loan calculator, a credit score tracking system, a debt account system and informational resources.
"CredMedic is a great software package because it has many different uses," says co-creator Freddie Stewart. "It allows users to calculate their credit scores, calculate debt amounts, track reported credit scores and track their creditors." In addition to the basic features, the software can print the results of the calculators for users to file or share with financial service providers. "These functions are great for anyone wanting to share their financial information with loan officers, banks and mortgage brokers."
CredMedic was originally developed to assist college students with managing their financial decisions. The inspiration came from the financial pitfalls of one of its creators. "I did not fully understand the impact of my financial decisions on my credit score. I also wanted a way to track and manage my creditors," said Freddie Stewart. "Once I had the opportunity, I promised myself that I would do what I could to help others understand credit and to increase awareness of how financial decisions can impact future financial resources." Its creators hope that the software will help curb the growing trend of foreclosures through proactive education.
Financial service providers can also use CredMedic to assist their customers. "CredMedic is the best credit software that I have ever used," says loan officer Sherdrick Doss. "I'm in the mortgage business and the software allows me to show my clients firsthand the ins and outs of credit, how to use it, and obtain it. I would recommend this to anyone in the mortgage industry."
A Consumer Affairs major at the University of Alabama, Stewart is currently working to complete his undergraduate degree. His future aspirations include a Masters and Doctorate studies in the field of Consumer Sciences.
About CredMedic: Free trial downloads (Windows & Palm OS) are available at http://www.CredMedic.com. The website also features resources for accessing and managing credit information.