Biz2Credit commits $10m to fintech training initiative
New York-founded online credit resource, Biz2Credit, announced it is committing more than $10 million to a technology training initiative designed to improve employees’ skills in software engineering, AI, data analytics, and IT support.
Biz2Credit will fund training of 100 of its employees from all around the world in a bid to tackle the US shortage of workers with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) skills.
The fintech is known for its Biz2X Platform, which offers banks and other financial institutions the ability to better manage loan processes and related risks.
“Our focus is on using artificial intelligence/machine learning to drive higher efficiencies, better insights and create valuable business outcomes for our clients,” says Biz2Credit’s CTO, Vineet Tyagi.
“We are committing a significant investment towards providing the best infrastructure and training to our employees and are opening a brand-new facility designed from the ground up to foster collaboration, improve productivity and provide best-in-class employee facilities.”
The credit platform has already triggered the first level of skill upgrading programs for employees and will gradually ramp up the training programs over the next 6-9 months.