FintechOS, IBS Intelligence & Microsoft to host Next-Gen SME Lending webinar

fintechOSIBS Intelligence along with FintechOS, a London-based technology provider for banks, insurance and financial services companies, has announced an exclusive webinar on Next-Gen Digital SME Lending, to be held on the 16th of March, 2021. The webinar aims to explore the current state of SME lending, examples of SME lending pioneers as well as FinTechs, potential improvements in SME lending and ways to select the right technology for serving a range of SMEs.

The webinar will see the participation of panellists including Catalin Dediu (VP, Product Management – FintechOS), Ed Herman (Global FSI Leader – Microsoft), Robin Amlot (Managing Editor – IBS Intelligence) and Todi Pruteanu (VP, Ecosystem – FintechOS)

FintechOS offers financial institutions access to technology for accelerating the digital transformation of customer interactions. Its core technology allows financial services providers to improve the customer experience, offering them a complete digital journey through intelligent automation of digital processes. The products and experiences are hyper-customized for each customer.

The details of the Next-Gen Digital SME Lending webinar along with the panellist’s descriptions can be found on the IBS Intelligence website here – Webinar Details.

Topic: Next-Gen Digital SME Lending
Date: 16th March 2021
Time: 11:00 AM UK Time

Want to register for the webinar? Click here .

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