nCino lands new customers in Stockholm and Sydney
Swedish SME lender DBT Företagslån is the latest fintech to team up with US cloud banking firm nCino. The Stockholm-based company will leverage nCino’s Bank Operating System to automate and digitise its own workflows, reports David Penn at Finovate.
DBT Företagslån CEO Alexis Kopylov says: “For DBT, all digital investments are made with the single focus on strengthening the customer journey. The nCino platform is an important enabler for this ambition.”
Kopylov credited nCino’s experience in both banking and in working with fintechs, which he says would help his firm “challenge the status quo”.
“nCino was the only system that we evaluated that did not feel like a cumbersome tool, but a solution that will strengthen the customer experience and enable further scalability of our operations,” Kopylov explains.
The partnership announcement highlighted a handful of features of the Bank Operating System, including the Customer Portal and the nCino Community.
The portal enables customers to interact with staff members via the channel of their choice. The nCino community provides an online ecosystem where users, developers, and analysts can access exclusive content, as well as discuss and share best practices.
Sweden is not the only country where nCino’s technology is being deployed this week. Australian commercial property lender Thinktank has implemented Bank Operating System to automate and digitise its own internal processes.
Thinktank CEO Jonathan Street praises nCino’s background and experience in the banking sector, and the fact that the company “shared (Thinktank’s) financial services DNA”.
This is important, Street explains, insofar as commercial property lending has unique features that differentiate it from most lending systems. The technology’s integration with Salesforce was another strong point for Thinktank, he adds, enabling the firm to be more efficient and have better control over its data.
Headquartered in Wilmington, North Carolina, and founded in 2012, nCino says average clients are experiencing reductions of 92% in servicing costs and increased account opening completion rates of 127%.
It works with more than 200 FIs around the world, including Navy Federal Credit Union, the largest member-based credit union in the US.
nCino has raised $133.2 million in funding, and includes Salesforce Ventures and Insight Venture Partners among its investors.