Smartr365 continues rapid growth with Barclays and Halifax Intermediaries integrations for automated mortgage DIPs

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We are proud to announce our integration with two ‘big six’ lenders to streamline the mortgage application process, with more exciting partnerships yet to come.

Our latest integrations enable automated mortgage application submissions meaning brokers can submit applications to Barclays or Halifax Intermediaries with one-click through Smartr365’s API connection. This removes the need to re-key data as the application information is gathered through Smartr365’s fact-find and automatically submitted to the relevant intermediary portal for approval. Brokers are then guaranteed to receive automated DIPs within minutes.

These latest improvements to Smartr365 technology are a welcomed boost to the efficiency of day-to-day operations as they cut the capacity spent on time-consuming admin tasks and leave brokers with more time to provide expert counsel. Such integrations are also very timely as they will be vital in helping brokers take full advantage of the astronomical rise in demand due to the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) holiday.

We remain committed to enhancing the services provided to more than 1,000 users and 250 firms and look forward to announcing integrations with other leading specialists over the coming months.

Conor Murphy, CEO of Smartr365, said:

“Smartr365 is built by brokers for brokers – we know where the bottlenecks are and we’re doing everything we can to eliminate them by automating as much of a broker’s administrative tasks as possible. Time is money for brokers and everything we do at Smartr365 is about helping our users to save time and deliver outstanding customer service by focusing on the tasks which matter most.”


Ian Wilson, Head of Halifax Intermediaries, added:

“Launching this API platform integration is a perfect first step in delivering an efficient and digitised mortgage journey for our intermediary partners and their customers. We look forward to working with Smartr365 and other technology players to deliver this”.