UK, July 01 2021: Momentum continues to build behind Submissions Brain, the multi-lender application and submission gateway from mortgage technology expert Mortgage Brain, with TSB the latest lender to go live on the system.
Submissions Brain was made available to all mortgage advisers earlier this year following a successful pilot. The TSB integration follows a series of recent additions with more lenders set to join Submissions Brain shortly.
The ability to request decisions in principle (DIP) from TSB is currently in pilot with Fluent Mortgages and will be available to all mortgage advisers using Submissions Brain later in the summer. The integration with TSB is being carried out through IRESS Lender Connect.
The Submissions Brain system is integrated with MortgageBrain Anywhere, Mortgage Brain’s award-winning online product sourcing solution, as well as through The Key, Mortgage Brain’s leading CRM system. Advisers can enjoy even greater time savings as both MortgageBrain Anywhere and The Key allow advisers to pre-populate information about the client and property.
Roland McCormack, Mortgage Distribution Director at TSB said: “We are delighted to go live on Submissions Brain. At TSB we have been early advocates of connecting to broker systems and now have close to 100% coverage, making life easier and simpler for advisers. w
Tim Wheeldon, COO at Fluent Money Group said: “We are pleased to see the addition of TSB to the Submissions Brain platform and we look forward to seeing more and more lenders integrate with this great technology. The introduction of Submissions Brain has delivered significant benefits to our business in terms of time and efficiency and the more lenders there are on the platform, the better the mortgage application process we can offer.”
Neil Wyatt, sales & marketing director at Mortgage Brain, commented: “It’s clear that momentum is building behind Submissions Brain, with more lenders recognising the significant time saving benefits it provides. Submissions Brain is already making a real difference to the workloads of advisers across the country and we look forward to welcoming more lenders on board in the months ahead.”