Credit Suisse and Swiss software provider KLARA have collaborated in a bid to simplify online credit requests. This partnership facilitates the SMEs using KLARA to submit non-binding credit requests to Credit Suisse.

Renato Stalder, CEO of KLARA Business AG, is pleased to have developed an innovative and needs-based solution for SMEs together with Credit Suisse: “Through this partnership, the best abilities of Credit Suisse and KLARA come together. The result is an offering that minimizes the effort of the client and offers a seamless client experience.”

According to the bank, the partnership will see KLARA pull out relevant accounting data and fill out the form fields and will help the SMEs to stay aware of the amount of credit it can receive at a certain interest rate.

Credit Suisse states that the company is planning for client offerings bridging both Credit Suisse and KLARA, for instance through the data flow between Credit Suisse Online Banking and the intelligent accounting solution from KLARA.

Anke Bridge Haux, Head of Digitalization & Products at Credit Suisse (Switzerland) Ltd., says: “SME clients want uncomplicated access to financial services at the time that’s individually right for them and on the platform that suits them. That is why we want to be present where a need arises. We are very much looking forward to the innovative collaboration with KLARA; it is a good example of how, in the future, we want to make our offering available where it is most useful to our clients — integrated into their individual ecosystem.”

by Megha Bhattacharya
Market Analyst at IBS Intelligence
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