Nimble repositions lending business, launches new Nimble AnyTime product in exit from payday lending space
Australian lender Nimble launches Nimble AnyTime, a virtual prepaid Mastercard that provides customers with access to a fixed Nimble credit limit.
“Micro lender” Nimble says correlating system performance to customer journeys is allowing it to improve the customer experience.
Nimble, a leading provider of unsecured credit in Australia, has selected Mambu’s market-leading, pure SaaS solution as its new banking technology platform.
QPC, the specialist contact centre services and solutions company, has been awarded a contract to deploy and support the Genesys™ PureCloud™ all-in-one cloud customer engagement and collaboration contact centre platform at Nimble, a leading national online personal financial loans company. Based out of Melbourne and the Gold Coast, Nimble has provided over 1.4 million loans. The company provides customers with decisions on loan approvals within minutes of a submitted application across any device. The decision to deploy PureCloud is part of a company-wide strategy to transition to a digital business and replace its legacy IT infrastructure with cloud technology to better service the changing behaviour of its customers who increasingly […]
In every business, there are problems to solve and business processes crying out for improvement. What Open Orbit offers is a unique digital Expertise Automation platform which uses AI techniques to problem solve in a whole new way. Chatting to Niranjan Deodhar, Founder of Open Orbit, Stone & Chalk pick his brains about Open Orbit and the recent win at the Australian Business Awards (ABA) 100 – Winner of Technology and Software categories. Efficiency is obviously Niranjan’s middle name, but where does the name Open Orbit come from? Niranjan says, “Open – because we want to drive collaboration between people who are solving problems. And Orbit which is about looking […]
Online lenders using algorithms to assess consumer creditworthiness are in the spotlight following action by the corporate watchdog against payday lender Nimble. Nimble has been forced to refund $1.6 million to more than 7000 customers after it was found to engage in irresponsible lending. The corporate regulator, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, said it was continuing its surveillance of the payday industry “as well as other credit licensees and their representatives”. This included any companies providing consumer or business loans, as well as interest-only home loans using online processing. “ASIC has raised concerns in relation to compliance with responsible lending obligations across the spectrum of credit providers generally,” a […]