The integration will enable OMS users to benefit from a combined mortgage and protection process offering product sourcing without the need to rekey data.
It includes full workflow solutions and case journeys built for users to amend as best suits their business needs.
Full updates will be offered to all parties and users will have immediate access to the client portal.
OMS managing director Neal Jannels said the partnership was “a real game changer” for OMS and highlighted the potential for future growth through it.
“It opens the door to a potential huge revenue stream and provides a valuable retention tool for mortgage intermediaries,” Jannels said.
“Technology is evolving to help businesses of all shapes and sizes to reap the benefits of streamlined and cost-efficient operations,” he added.
Ipipeline product strategy director Paul Yates added: “Mortgage brokers are now more engaged with, and able to write, protection. Sales are up 102 per cent in Q2 2019.
“Having integrated systems that identify opportunities and efficiently deliver advice on protection business is a key component in this growth. OMS has delivered a great integrated experience that will prove a real benefit to users.”