One Mortgage System (OMS) has become the first to fully integrate with Kent Reliance for intermediaries across its specialist buy-to-let and residential mortgage products.
Users of OMS, the single-input enquiry to completion processing platform, will benefit from direct access to Kent Reliance’s specialist lending portfolio to carry out a full decision in principle (DIP) without having to rekey any data.
This will incorporate a two-way integration to speed up sourcing, delivery and the advice process, meaning that all communications and decisions on every DIP submitted will be conveyed back from Kent Reliance via OMS.
This marks OMS being the first system to develop a full two-way integration with a number of specialist lenders, offering Automated Valuation Models (AVMs), changeable workflows and drag and drop facilities. It gives its users access to documents and application forms for over 28 different lenders.
Neal Jannels, managing director of OMS, described the integration as a ‘huge boost’ to its growing user base and is the next important step in what the company expects to be a speedy and comprehensive process.
“Accessibility, speed and efficiency are all key components within the modern intermediary mortgage market,” he continued. “This integration opens the gateway to Kent Reliance’s highly competitive product range through an innovative system which requires a single set of data to manage, source, place and fully integrate with a raft of lenders.”
She added that thousands of brokers can save valuable time by integrating OMS into their daily working lives, enabling them to generate additional revenue by seeing more customers in a challenging marketplace.
Adrian Moloney, sales director of Kent Reliance for Intermediaries, agreed: “With specialists becoming the mainstream for buy-to-let lending, utilising technology to increase efficiency and simplify complex lending is a key objective.”
“We’re delighted to partner with OMS whose innovative system not only increases access to our award-winning product ranges but allows brokers to focus on what they need to be doing and that’s spending time with their clients rather than on administration.”