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14-Sep2017

TAB Capital selects Nucleus Software's FinnOne Neo Cloud to power growth in digital lending

TAB Capital, an award winning Non-Banking Finance Company (NBFC) has selected FinnOne Neo Cloud, Nucleus Software's cloud based lending solution, to support the end to end digitization of their lending business. With this association, TAB Capital further strengthens its leading position in the digital Lending market. The solution will help TAB Capital scale their business focusing on Business Loans and Personal Loans.

FinnOne Neo Cloud is a comprehensive and standardized cloud based lending solution designed to facilitate easy management of the complete loan lifecycle – from designing and launching innovative products in minutes to dramatically reducing exposure to risk.

The company will deploy FinnOne Neo Cloud to take advantage of the benefits that cloud technology brings, including reduced time to market, on-demand scalability, and market-leading security. The company will also implement Nucleus FinnOne Neo Lending Mobility solutions — mCAS and mCollect —for leveraging the power of mobile in loan origination and collections. This digital capability with mobile channel in lending processes will help TAB Capital further drive efficiency, cost reduction and faster decision making.

Nucleus Software Exports a leading provider of software solutions to the Banking, Financial Services Industry (BFSI). It has developed solutions spanning from retail banking to corporate banking, cash management, internet banking and credit cards.


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