The system, which initially launched as a BETA product earlier this year, already enables brokers and clients to connect digitally through its data and document collection process.
However, it will now give brokers and clients the ability to sign legally binding forms as well as return personal identification or affordability documents.
CEO of Shuttle and portfolio investor, David Williams, said the system is a response to the slow turnaround time experienced between brokers and lenders when dealing with important documents.
The system has been built with input from strategists at RBS, NatWest, KMPG and EMC2 and it hopes to create a secure digital solution for the market.
The service is currently only available to brokers who are regulated by the Financial Prudential Authority (FCA) at this time.
Shuttle will be attending the Finance Professional Show at Olympia on 9 November to demonstrate the feature and its functionality as part of the software launch.