Finsure Group partners with eSigning innovator Annature

Finsure Group partners with eSigning innovator Annature

Australian aggregator Finsure Group have announced a new partnership with eSigning innovator Annature which enables faster and more secure loan applications and better service for its expanding broker network and their customers.

Finsure’s Head of Diversified and Asset Finance, Damien Thompson, said the integration of Annature into Finsure’s leading customer relationship management (CRM) platform Infynity’s software has been instrumental in the partnerships success.

“This has made the eSigning process as simple as possible for brokers and customers alike,” Thompson said.

“Prior to our partnership, we had kept a close eye on Annature for several years and really liked what they were doing.

“When we began working closely with their team during the Infynity integration, it became clear that they share our same commitment to refining the user experience and creating a positive outcome where possible.

“Right now, a Finsure broker can send out the Statement of Credit Assistance (SOCA) and Credit Quotes to their clients with just the click of a button. The client then applies their digital signature, and the broker receives an automated notification from the platform that the document has been signed.”

Annature CEO Corey Cacic (pictured) said, “With brokers making up 70 per cent of all home loan applications, we know how important the third-party space is to Australia’s lending market.

“Partnering with Finsure just made sense, as their 3,000 strong network of mortgage brokers readily embrace technology.

“Since we formally launched the partnership with Finsure in December, we’ve already seen thousands of instances of the Annature eSigning solution being utilised. Whilst this has been incredibly pleasing, I believe we’ve only scratched the surface and am excited by what our partnership with Finsure will bring.”