Mortgage and insurance network Stonebridge has completed a further phase of functionality upgrades and developments to its trading platform, Revolution.
These updates are part of a multi-phase approach, focused on delivering more efficiency to its mortgage advisers.
In the most recent phase, Revolution has undergone restyling changes, making the system easier to navigate, and ensuring that it works more responsively on tablet devices.
The development has also delivered solutions to a number of ‘marginal gains’ in the system, aimed at boosting the operational efficiency of its finance and support teams.
Other deliverables on its roadmap for 2020 include: further restyling of the system and the launch of a brand-new adviser dashboard.
This latest phase of Revolution development follows recent additions to the system, including the introduction of the RevolutionID verification system, which allows advisers to validate the identification of their client and receive a ‘pass/referral/rejection’ response immediately.
Tim Merrey, director of Revolution, said: “Throughout lockdown, the team have been hard at work with this restyling project and building in the new functionality, so it is very pleasing to be setting these new updates live on the system.
“For us, this is all about delivering a series of marginal gains that Stonebridge advisers benefit from by utilising Revolution fully, and having now completed this important phase of development, our team moves on to ensuring the system gets better and performs even more efficiently.
“During the lockdown period, none of our software development team were placed on furlough which, with the major investment into the system by Stonebridge, has allowed us to keep working on Revolution and ensured it remains ahead of our peers.
“That multi-million pound investment in technological development by the group will begin to show even further as we work through the next phases of our plan, and we continue to provide advisers with a system which wholly supports their business plans and greater income generation.”