CalcXML Introduces New Ways to Add a Mortgage Calculator to Your Website

CalcXML announced this week that they are offering easier methods of integration with their calculators on various web platforms. This will give clients a way to use CSS and other design edits to customize and quickly launch their favorite financial calculators using a content management system.

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Bountiful, Utah (PRWEB) July 31, 2012

What does the mortgage market need?

CalcXML made an announcement today regarding their perception of the market, and the impact of implementing a mortgage calculator on sites in that industry. As demand increases for new platforms like touch pads and mobile devices, they are continuing to adapt their business model to accommodate these trends. Not only is CalcXML adjusting its strategy to accommodate these different devices, but they are changing the way clients can integrate a calculator on their website.

Making the advanced calculator more modular.

Without sacrificing the security of their proprietary software or intellectual properties, CalcXML intends to create their calculators as modules within existing website platforms. This will open the door for many clients who would like a robust mortgage calculator on their site, but don't have the programming staff to complete such a project. This integration piece will allow for customization of the calculator using controls within the CMS (content management software), creating a unique look for any client who wants to host the mortgage calculator or other calculators on their website. This will allow the company's clients to add their logo, change color schemes to match their corporate colors, and change the field sizes to match those found in other sections of their website. This creates a rich look and feel for their integrated calculator that matches their company banner.

Custom financial calculators find a home.

In the past, CalcXML has focused on personalized integrations of their calculator products, but they are expanding to a more distributed audience with easier access to their powerful line of calculator products that are featured on many financial networks and websites. Those working in the mortgage industry will be fortunate enough to enjoy the benefits of an integrated calculator that will provide their visitors the data they need in a manner that is concise and easy to understand. To learn more, please visit http://www.calcxml.com/calculators/mortgage-calculator.


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  • Travis Irish
    CalcXML
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