UK, June 02 2021: Mortgage distributor Fluent Mortgages has integrated with
Submissions Brain, the multi-lender application and submission gateway from mortgage technology expert Mortgage Brain.
As a result of the integration, users will now be able to populate information within the Submissions Brain system directly from Fluent’s CRM. This will reduce the time spent rekeying details about their client, allowing advisers to spend more of their day on the actual advice process.
Submissions Brain is the latest innovation from Mortgage Brain and provides advisers with the ability to request Decisions in Principle (DIPs) or submit full applications directly to lenders, all through a single login. In addition, advisers are provided with a comprehensive audit trail to ensure they meet compliance requirements.
Momentum is building behind Submissions Brain, with Fluent Mortgages just the latest significant market player to recognise how it can dramatically improve the workload of advisers. Advisers can transact with several major lenders including Nationwide Building Society, Coventry Building Society, Platform, and Virgin Money with further lenders and distributors set to be announced.
Tim Wheeldon, Chief Operating Officer at Fluent Mortgages, commented: “We are delighted to work with Mortgage Brain on Submissions Brain. At Fluent Mortgages, we are always keen to bolster our fintech offering through technological innovations such as Submissions Brain in order to offer tangible benefits to both our advisers, and our clients. Ultimately, the end customer benefits from a more streamlined and efficient journey, not only saving time in the process, but in ensuring that they understand the choice in the range of products available to them.”
Sharon Marshall, Sales Director at Mortgage Brain, added: “We have had fantastic feedback from advisers about how easy Submissions Brain is to use, and how it is dramatically reducing the time spent on the administrative side of advising a client. We are determined to continue to identify ways that technology can provide more support to advisers, and streamline the mortgage process.”