PARSIPPANY, NJ—Provenir has new data integration partnerships with alternative scoring provider CredoLab and data vendors Kompli-Global, and Ekata. The partnerships empower financial services organizations to rapidly incorporate KYC, fraud, identity and credit risk data into decisioning processes using the prebuilt integrations within Provenir’s low-code user interface.

“Our partnerships with CredoLab, Kompli-Global and Ekata are an incredibly exciting step towards creating a data ecosystem within our cloud technology that our clients can leverage to rapidly integrate a huge variety of data into their decisioning processes,” said Kerry Cleary, head of data partnerships at Provenir. “And while Provenir’s integration capabilities have led the industry for many years, a feat that we’re immensely proud of, the integrations with our fantastic new partners take ease and speed of data access to a whole new level, reducing time to market and accelerating innovation.”

“A lack of data for assessing the credit risk of individuals is among the biggest problems faced by consumer lenders today,” said Peter Barcak, CEO and founder, CredoLab, “We at CredoLab work with banks and lenders to address this very problem, making underwriting more inclusive and accessible, increasing financial inclusion, and, ultimately, improving people’s lives. To bolster our ability to help lenders make better credit decisions, CredoLab has joined forces with Provenir to bring cell phone and web data-based credit scoring to their clients so they can better identify creditworthy consumers.”

“We have invested heavily in proprietary technology that uses augmented intelligence technology to do the heavy lifting in the fight against financial crime and the challenges surrounding AML regulatory compliance,” said Martin Pashley, chief operating officer at Kompli-Global. “This is supported by highly experienced fraud prevention experts. This combination of technology and highly experienced human intelligence provides clients with the comprehensive and timely insight they need. We are delighted to be partnering with Provenir; this opens up a new channel for us to reach more customers that will benefit from this data insight.”

“We are thrilled to be working with Provenir on their marketplace to better support financial services customers,” said Kushal Shah, senior vice president, global product and international expansion at Ekata. “Ekata’s dynamic PII data covers 238 countries and territories around the world, helping global customers improve authorization rates, reduce chargebacks, while simultaneously fighting fraud. We have had great success jointly serving marquee FinTech customers and look forward to how this partnership, specifically with its ease of integration, will help us support even more customers.”

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