The system is part of the new wave of software support for brokers which sources products based on criteria rather than price.
Countrywide managing director Peter Curran said the deal would help ensure customers were placed with the right lender based on their circumstances.
“Having deep knowledge of lender criteria is essential to a successful consultant,” he said.
“Digital tools are becoming more and more important for consultants, so working with Criteria Hub will help both build and improve knowledge and make sure we work more effectively with customers to improve their experience with Countrywide.”
Criteria Hub director Jason Hegarty said he was pleased to have struck the deal to work with the national property services firm.
“Having been an estate agency-based advisor myself at Countrywide some 15 or so years ago I know all too well the demands these advisers are under and the importance of being able to quickly identify a solution for their clients,” he said.
“Criteria Hub will reduce the time spent researching criteria meaning that Countrywide advisers will be able to place cases quicker and improve the customer journey considerably in many cases.”