PARSIPPANY, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Provenir, a global leader in AI-powered risk decisioning software, today announced that it has been named a Credit Strategy Lending Awards 2023 finalist in the “Best Technology Partner” category.
The Credit Strategy Lending Awards is the only awards program honoring individuals, teams and businesses across alternative lending, commercial finance, and mortgage industries. The awards celebrate excellence across the entire lending market. Winners will be announced Nov. 14 at an awards ceremony at the Hilton London Watford.
“To compete successfully in the digital-first, instant gratification world, financial services organizations need a solution to automate credit assessment processes so lending decisions can be made quickly and more efficiently,” said Frode Berg, Provenir’s Managing Director for EMEA. “Provenir’s AI-Powered Risk Decisioning Platform delivers diverse data for deeper insights and a continuous feedback loop for constant improvement, enabling lenders to support credit decisions in real-time at scale and more easily tailor lending products and terms to meet the specific needs of their customers.”
The Provenir AI-Powered Risk Decisioning Platform is a single, comprehensive cloud-based solution—not a selection of vendor products tied together. This unique offering gives organizations the ability to power decisioning innovation across the full customer lifecycle, driving improvements in the customer experience, access to financial services, business agility, and more.
Provenir helps fintechs and financial services providers unlock the secret to smarter credit risk decisioning.
The company brings together the power of decisioning, data and AI to drive instant decisions. This unique offering gives organizations the ability to power decisioning innovation across the full customer lifecycle, driving improvements in the customer experience, access to financial services, business agility, and more.
Provenir works with disruptive financial services organizations in more than 50 countries and processes more than 4 billion transactions annually.