Neofin’s No-code Lending Automation SaaS Drives Transformative Consumer Lending Products


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Neofin, the no-code lending automation platform, launched its first US project that powers transformative and sustainable consumer lending products. The company’s novel live project in the US is Stately Credit.

The inclusive lender provides an alternative to traditional lending options. Through its no-code technology and unique automation solutions for loan origination and management, Neofin has enabled Stately Credit to launch, manage, and scale its products efficiently without compromising compliance, quality, and speed.

Neofin’s platform for Stately Credit effectively rolls out the project without enlisting the assistance of engineering resources, enabling Stately Credit’s business founders to initiate the platform’s launch.

Read More: Neofin’s no-code lending automation SaaS goes live in the US, powering the transformative consumer lending products

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