Juhudi Kilimo is a pioneer in promoting self-sustaining financing models for farmers in Africa. They wanted to deliver new loan products to the market quickly, as customer requirements are always changing. Since their legacy system was inflexible, Juhudi sought a flexible technology solution to decentralize loan processes and keep pace with the demand for loans.

Juhudi needed to better meet the emerging demand for distributing credit. They wanted to optimize business processes, and strategically deploy steps to fast-track core banking functions. The Juhudi management team wanted to deliver new loan products to the market quickly, as customer requirements are always changing.

SME lending: “Application to funding must be digital”

Traditional lenders have steered clear of the SME market in recent years – but that’s changing. Bobsguide spoke with William Wagner, vice president of marketing at Cloud Lending Solutions, to find out more.

Accion : Streamlines Small Business Lending

Accion in the U.S. leverages Cloud Lending Solutions front-to-end platform to streamline and automate their small business lending (SMB) and get a 360 degree view of their borrowers for better business and lending decisions

Fujitsu: Digital Transformation of Banking Services

Digital technologies are moving into the heart of everything we do. Digital transformation is rapidly changing the way we work and live. Digital transformation is the reinvention of business processes and business models, and the creation of new value, using the...

Fujitsu: Digital Transformation 2018 Survey

Taking a snapshot of that changing business landscape, Fujitsu’s Global Digital Transformation Survey 2018 questioned 1,535 CxOs and decision-makers at large and mid-sized companies from key industry sectors spread across 16 countries worldwide.

LendingPoint Goes Live in 90 Days

Read how LendingPoint, a 2018 Pacesetter Awards winner, leveraged the CLS technology that simplified their the lending process improves their customer experience.

Karur Vysya Bank (KVB) Digitizes their Bank Lending

Karur Vysya Bank (KVB), a private-sector bank with over 7,000 employees across 800 branches, digitized their lending practices for Small & Medium Enterprises (SME) and Home Loans in 90 days
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