Twenty7Tec integrates with Leeds Building Society

Twenty7Tec has announced an integration with Leeds Building Society following a successful pilot phase.

The society has been added to Twenty7Tec’s APPLY module and has now been rolled out to all users of the CloudTwenty7 platform, enabling them to submit applications to Leeds without the need for rekeying data.

Twenty7Tec revealed it has integrated with IRESS Lender Connect software for this integration, which Leeds is using to support the transfer of data into its intermediary portal.

Users of CloudTwenty7 will be able to complete a Leeds Decision in Principle application in the CloudTwenty7 platform, re-using customer data already captured, before passing the data to the society’s portal and submitting to the lender.
 
The integration with Leeds Building Society was in pilot with Mortgage Advice Bureau and Connells Group. 

“From the outset, feedback and engagement from users piloting the Leeds integration has been extremely positive, so we’re really pleased all CloudTwenty7 users will now be able to benefit from an increased level of efficiency and time saving when submitting applications to Leeds,” commented Twenty7Tec director of lender relationships, Nathan Reilly.

Leeds Building Society head of intermediary distribution, Martese Carton, added: “We’re delighted we can now offer this extra functionality to all our intermediary partners after a successful pilot.

“The Twenty7Tec integration rounds off a year filled with innovations and technological improvements to streamline the mortgage journey with Leeds and our investment in our systems and service will continue in 2022.”

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