Through the agreement, all appointed representative firms of Primis will have access to the Source and Apply functions of the CloudTwenty7 platform, which will be integrated into the network’s existing Toolbox system.
Twenty7Tec has also extended the agreement it entered with TMA Mortgage Club in 2017 to continue providing both Source and Apply to TMA members at preferential rates.
Source is Twenty7Tec’s mortgage sourcing system, while Apply enables mortgage applications to be submitted to multiple lenders from one platform.
Advisers can submit documents, case notes and receive status updates all the way through to completion of the case.
James Tucker, CEO of Twenty7Tec, said: “These agreements extend the long-standing relationship that we have held with both Primis and TMA.
“In both Primis and TMA we have found partners who share our vision that advances in technology should be made with advice at the very forefront”.
Toni Smith (pictured), chief operating officer at Primis, added: “We are delighted to further formalise our relationship with Twenty7Tec.
“We share an aligned aspiration to continue to support our growing population of intermediaries by providing them with the latest technology solutions that enable their customers to engage more readily through their medium of choice.
“Operating in this ever-changing financial services environment and with advancements in technology, the next five years will allow us both to shape the future of mortgage advice.”