more2life speeds up lending process with robotic automation

more2life has improved its processing speed by over 40% through a partnership with robotic process automation specialist, Robiquity.

Over the last 12 months, the partnership has seen more2life automate around 80% of its “back office” servicing processes, by deploying smart robots to tackle administrative tasks.

This has saved the lender 1,500 man hours each month to support the customer facing and processing teams to help improve the time between application, offer and completion.

The latest data from more2life revealed that it now takes an average 6.9 days to get from application to offer.

more2life CEO, Dave Harris, said: “Even before the onset of the COVID pandemic, more2life had invested heavily in technology, including robotics, to speed up our servicing and reduce the time it takes to get applications to offer and completion.

“In the last 12 months, the impact Robiquity’s robots have had on our business operations is phenomenal. We are able to utilise this form of technology to drive positive outcomes and increase accuracy which is exactly what our advisers’ customers tell us they want from more2life.

“We have been able to free up more time for colleagues to focus on either client engagement roles or areas of the business which need additional support in these unprecedented times. I am looking forward to seeing the further deployment of robots across 2021 and investigating further areas of the business where robots could be used to deliver even better outcomes for our customers.”  

Robiquity head of consultancy services, James Procter, added: “more2life rapidly understood the wide scale benefit of automation following the initial Robiquity led assessment.

“This allowed the programme to be driven at scale with key stakeholder engagement throughout. more2life has recently transition to our Managed Service model providing them with the confidence that their scaled digital workforce will be effectively managed, maintain and continuously improved. We look forward working with the more2life team over the coming years shaping more intelligent automation solutions to free up their skilled workforce.”

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