Brightstar Financial has renewed its partnership with Twenty7Tec for a further three years as part of its ongoing commitment to developing technology that makes it easier for brokers to place their specialist mortgage cases.
As part of the partnership, Brightstar and Twenty7Tec will work together on delivering a number of enhancements to the EasySource platform.
Brightstar have said that these enhancements will align with additional new technology developments that will be announced in the near future.
EasySource first launched in 2015, using data and systems provided by Twenty7Tec and a separate case management system, to enable brokers using Brightstar to compare buy-to-let, residential, second charge, bridging and commercial finance deals.
This extended partnership sees Twenty7Tec continue as the sole sourcing partner for the Brightstar Group.
Rob Jupp (pictured), group chief executive at The Brightstar Group, said: “In 2021 Brightstar will be delivering our biggest ever investment in technology, which will set new standards in specialist lending.
“We are delighted to get things started by renewing our partnership with Twenty7Tec for a further three years, and we look forward to rolling out more announcements about our series of new technology developments in the near future.”
James Tucker, chief executive and founder of Twenty7Tec, added: “It’s always great to have clients renew with us as it’s a good sign that they’re getting what they need from our service.
“But it’s even better to have someone renew and deepen the relationship having looked at our roadmap and deciding that that’s the way forward that suits their business.
“We’ve worked hard to stand out in our market by being clearer about where we’re going and it’s paying dividends.
“We love working with Brightstar and Rob and his brilliant team.
“Long may it continue.”