360 Dotnet partners with Uinsure to offer all round sourcing capabilities to financial advisers.

A brand new technology collaboration has led to the launch of the UK’s first fully integrated sourcing system with full back office system and portal functionality.

Software developers 360 Dotnet have partnered with Uinsure to offer Home Insurance sourcing within their fully integrated cloud-based Fact Find system. This sourcing is to complement current sourcing partners; iPipeline’s Protection sourcing, and Twenty7Tech’s Mortgage sourcing, to offer a 360 service to the clients of financial advisers.

Directly through the 360 Fact Find, advisers can now quote and apply for Uinsure’s competitive array of home insurance. 

Carlos Thibaut, CEO of 360 Dotnet, comments: “The fact find continues to demonstrate how technology providers can successfully integrate their platforms together to create unique and compelling experiences to users.  The frictionless process for advisers to ‘Quote and Apply’ or ‘Refer and Earn’ from the fact find reflects the commitment of all parties to ensure that advisers can submit home insurance simply and, more importantly, intuitively.”

Simon Taylor, CEO at Uinsure, comments: “We are delighted to be working with 360Dotnet in delivering a 5-star service to its Adviser Partners which matches the 5-star home insurance we provide to customers.  Home insurance can often be forgotten about during the advice process but the peace of mind which is provided by quality cover and is supported by the fantastic income general insurance creates for the firm should not be overlooked. By improving technology and making the process of advising GI easier, greater efficiencies will become apparent and the overall customer experience improves. Most importantly we will see more homes enjoying excellent cover at competitive premiums.”

Coming soon; features which allow clients data to be passed on to Uinsure’s expert ‘Refer and Earn’ facility.

360Dotnet are dedicated to saving advisers time on their processes, so that advisers can spend more time doing what they do best…giving quality advice to their clients.