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Kuliza, Mambu launch digital lending solution for SEA, India

Kuliza's Lend.In allows financial firms to modernise their loan products.

Financial solutions provider Kuliza has partnered with Mambu to deliver an end-to-end lending solution for Southeast Asia and India, the companies announced in a joint release.

Built on the Mambu platform, Kuliza’s new offering Lend.In provides financial institutions with a fully integrated solution on a low-code platform, allowing banks and financial institutions to reduce back-office operating costs and modernise loan products.

“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," said Kuliza senior vice president for business development Kunal Goel.

"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."


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