Following a successful pilot, Nationwide Building Society applications are now available through Twenty7tec’s APPLY module.
Advisers across the whole market can now get a faster decision in principle (DIP) with Nationwide, as the Society enhances its API technology in partnership with mortgage technology firm Twenty7tec.
The integration between APPLY and Nationwide means advisers only have to re-key minimal data into the Nationwide for Intermediaries online portal, as up to 95 per cent of the client’s data is transferred from their Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform via Twenty7tec’s APPLY. This enables advisers to receive a DIP from Nationwide faster than before, reducing the risk of error and offering increased and earlier certainty of acceptance.
Director of Customer Relationships Nathan Reilly noted “After conducting a successful pilot with Connells, MAB and PRIMIS, it’s fantastic that all APPLY users can now submit Decision in Principles to Nationwide more efficiently. The removal of rekeying and increased time saving during the application process has been well received by advisers and has helped many navigate an extremely fast-paced market and provide even greater support to their customers. We look forward to continuing our work with Nationwide to further develop and enhance this integration for the adviser market”.
Andy Tilsley, Intermediary Digital Relationships Lead at Nationwide Building Society, said:
“Technology is crucial to uplifting the service proposition we offer brokers and their clients, now and in the future. The successful roll out in partnership with Twenty7tec to all APPLY users is the first step towards enhancing our Application Programming Interface (API) proposition driving speed, ease, and certainty. Through these APIs, brokers will benefit from no longer having to rekey their clients’ details into separate systems for standard purchase and remortgage application types”.