Leading technology service provider NextGen.Net has delivered its latest innovation update presentation after announcing a 100 per cent growth trajectory in its ApplyOnline application numbers over the past five years.
The firm’s sales director Tony Carn said next year will see ApplyOnline improve further by enabling an e-document delivery.
According to Mr Carn, this will give lenders the ability to send letters of offer and mortgage documents to a mortgage broker via the ApplyOnline platform.
In the new year the group will also introduce the new ApplyOnline app which will allow brokers to track and manage their applications via mobile devices.
“Many brokers spend a lot of time on the road, so providing a clean, direct and mobile feed or real-time status updates across all ApplyOnline lenders is a really powerful tool,” Mr Carn said.
Also on the cards in 2016 is a new user interface for ApplyOnline Supporting Docs, which Mr Carn said will streamline the application process and provide a more high-tech experience.
“We’ve completed a refresh of the user experience for ApplyOnline Supporting Docs,” he said.
“It’s going to be cleaner, easier and highly intuitive.
“We’re also introducing Smart Docs, which utilises machine-learning tools that read, identify and suggest what the document is. This will make brokers’ lives much easier.”
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