Mambu and Kuliza transform digital lending for banks in Southeast Asia and India

Mambu and Kuliza transform digital lending for banks in Southeast Asia and India

SINGAPORE, 24 March, 2021: Mambu, the SaaS banking and lending platform, has joined forces with Kuliza, a leading provider of digital transformation solutions in Southeast Asia and India, to deliver an end-to-end digital lending solution that transcends the realm of traditional banking.

Built on the Mambu platform, the new offering from Kuliza, Lend.In, provides financial institutions with a fully integrated solution on a low-code, highly intuitive platform. This allows banks and financial institutions across Southeast Asia and India to create exceptional value for their customers, dramatically reduce their back-office operating costs, and modernise their loan products.

Kunal Goel, Senior Vice President – Business Development, Kuliza, said, “Banking has changed at its very core and the only way forward is through improved digital-first systems. The lending industry is growing at a phenomenal rate globally. Many banks and financial institutions are looking for flexible solutions that will allow them to digitise and innovate while also providing a superior customer experience. By joining forces with Mambu we are able to help these organisations transform their lending offerings.”

Myles Bertrand, Managing Director APAC, of Mambu, said, “Lend.In, powered by Kuliza and built on the Mambu platform, enables banks and financial institutions to accelerate growth while also mitigating risk in the lending space. We’re excited to see how it will help banks and financial institutions across Southeast Asia and India offer cutting-edge and customer-centric lending solutions.”

Lend.In will enable both existing and challenger banks and financial institutions to scale rapidly, launch new products seamlessly, and reach previously untapped markets by offering rapid loan processing, reduced operational expenses and increased business control and flexibility.

Added Anirban Pramanick, Vice President, Business Development, of Kuliza, “We entered into this partnership because we were impressed with Mambu’s composable architecture, which enables further integration with other best-of-breed solutions. It is also incredibly agile, flexible and intuitive. The Mambu team have proven to be very much focused on improving access to financial services, as are we.”

Concluded Bertrand, “At Mambu, we love to collaborate with like-minded partners. By working with other high-performing fintechs we can deliver innovative solutions. Together we are more than the sum of our parts, and that is what we have achieved with Kuliza.”

About Mambu

​Mambu is the SaaS banking platform that is changing financial services​. This rapidly growing company​ ​was launched in 2011​ and is enabling customers to build modern banking ​and lending​ offerings​ fast, securely and simply​. Through its composable banking approach, the platform gives customers the ability to design and service nearly any financial product while rapidly integrating to the best-of-service ecosystem of complementary solutions around the world. Mambu has a global network​ of nearly 500 employees​ that supports ​180 customers in over 65 countries. ​It counts N26, OakNorth, ABN AMRO and Orange amongst its extensive list of customers.​

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About Kuliza

Kuliza is a leading provider of digital transformation and operational intelligence solutions for financial enterprises. Since 2006, Kuliza has executed more than 120 digital transformation projects for global startups and industry-leading global enterprises. Lend.In is Kuliza’s flagship lending product, a low-code lending suite that provides an end-to-end lending solution to banks and credit institutions. It consists of loan origination, loan management and lending intelligence that help enterprises maximize their business performance and digital ROI.

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