With the integration, Toolbox users will be able to submit applications to multiple lenders without needing to re-key data.
Members of PRIMIS will also be able to gain to Twenty7Tec’s SOURCE platform, a search engine for mortgage, equity release, secured and bridging loan products.
The integration will allow users to submit either decisions in principle or full mortgage applications to any lender connected to the APPLY system.
APPLY streamlines the application submission process by acting as the single point of transmission for all data and documents relating to the application. Advisers can also submit documents and case notes, and receive status updates all the way through to completion.
PRIMIS IT director Simon Breakspear says: “We are excited to be able to integrate Twenty7Tec’s impressive APPLY module to our existing Toolbox platform, and we look forward to seeing the benefits it brings our brokers.”
Twenty7Tec chief executive James Tucker adds: “I am delighted that PRIMIS has integrated with APPLY to support advisers in seamlessly submitting applications to lenders without the need for re-keying. PRIMIS has been a long-standing partner of ours and this integration will be great news to advisers who are determined to offer the most effective and efficient service possible to their clients.”
Yesterday, the mortgage technology provider announced it is set to upgrade its existing APPLY integration with Halifax to provide advisers with additional functionality to the current decision in principle (DIP) application process.
It also announced last month that Pepper Money is now available to APPLY-enabled users of the CloudTwenty7 platform.