Orbiter says the move shows it is moving towards becoming a common trading platform rather than a sourcing system.
Andrew Brown, managing director of Orbiter, says: “It is impossible to overplay the significance of this development. It is another step towards our aim of delivering a common trading platform to the industry.
“When an adviser asks what value Orbiter can offer them, we are now in a position to paint them a picture of virtual utopia. Our system will now work in the background carrying out affordability checks with the lender without the broker lifting a finger and deliver the results back in Orbiter.
“I would urge brokers to register and see this in action, they are going to see the future of sourcing systems.’