One Mortgage System adopts iPipeline’s AlphaTrust e-Sign and document process automation software to improve its intermediary offering

  • iPipeline

Thursday 23 July 2020, Cheltenham, UK

iPipeline® – a leading provider of digital solutions and services – today announced One Mortgage System (OMS) has selected AlphaTrust® e-Sign and document automation software to improve its offering to mortgage brokers.

OMS, the seamless single-input enquiry to completion processing platform for mortgage intermediaries, has fully integrated iPipeline’s AlphaTrust software into its CRM to enable e-signature and digital form capabilities for brokers.

OMS will use AlphaTrust to turn inefficient, paper-based workflows into secure, accurate and streamlined digitised workflows. The solution will drive a better experience for intermediaries by significantly reducing the time, cost and complexity associated with delivering and managing documents electronically which may require one or more signatures from multiple parties. This will speed up the process and improve the experience for customers.

AlphaTrust is the latest iPipeline product to be added to OMS’s platform. The firm has also integrated with SolutionBuilder, iPipeline’s award-winning protection sourcing solution, and PreQuo, its protection sales support tool.

Paul Yates, Product Strategy Director, iPipeline said: “We’re delighted One Mortgage System has added AlphaTrust to its suite of iPipeline products. Integrating e-signature and digital form capabilities within its proposition means OMS will increase efficiencies, cut costs and reduce the need for face-to-face contact – something that’s particularly important in the current environment.”

Neal Jannels, Managing Director, OMS said: “AlphaTrust is market-leading software that will fundamentally enhance the experience for our intermediary partners. Integrating AlphaTrust with our own innovative system and alongside iPipeline’s other solutions keeps us at the forefront of the industry and allows our proposition to continue to go from strength to strength.”