OMS partners with Iress to expand mortgage sourcing options
Sep 26, 2019 ~2 minute read

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One Mortgage System (OMS), the seamless single-input enquiry to completion processing platform for mortgage intermediaries, has partnered with Iress to expand its mortgage product sourcing options.

The integration with Iress provides reliable and consistent data and will seamlessly link with the OMS platform to offer users additional choice in sourcing mortgage products, which will help streamline the application process.

OMS was the first system to develop a full two-way DIP integration with a number of specialist lenders. It offers bespoke branding, a customer portal and Fact Find, AVMs (automated valuation reports), customisable workflows, drag and drop document storage facility, bespoke reporting and MI and gives its users access to documentation and application forms for over 28 different lenders without the need to rekey any additional data.

Neal Jannels, Managing Director of One Mortgage System (OMS), commented:

“After a significant due diligence process, Iress was chosen as an OMS partner because of its data quality, its global IT infrastructure and reliability - all of which are key considerations in any platform integration.”

“In the modern mortgage and protection market, advisers need cost-effective access to a range of solutions which offer greater product choice and functionality which improves accuracy, efficiency and reduces the time-consuming process of rekeying data. This is a partnership which will enable our users to benefit from the strength of two leading tech solutions and our joined-up, intuitive approach. And we look forward to working closely with the Iress team to further develop our respective tech offerings.”

Dave Miller, Executive General Manager - Commercial, Iress, said:

“We are delighted to further our relationship with OMS. We are well placed to be able to assist OMS and its users by providing a seamless software and data experience alongside greater choice.”

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