CBA Team Contact
Includes a Live Event on 09/05/2019 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
Sherri Schwartz, Manager of Product Marketing, nCino
ABOUT THE WEBINAR:
Banks have the credibility and experience that come with hundreds of years of processing loans, along with a low cost of capital, which represents a tremendous resource for the small businesses counting on them. Unfortunately, small businesses are deeply affected by regulatory uncertainty and banking complexity. Gaining access to capital can be tough and stagnate and simply applying for loans or opening accounts is viewed as too long and cumbersome.. With the rising threat of alternative lenders, changing customer expectations, and an increasingly digital landscape, banks must adapt if they want to survive.
The good news is that there are plenty of opportunities to make borrowing a quicker and easier process for the business and the lender. From artificial intelligence and machine learning, to digitization and automation tools, to powerful data analytics, there are many tools available to financial institutions, and many ways to successfully leverage them. In this webinar, we’ll show how banks can take a cue from disruptors and incorporate technology and automation into a more efficient lending process.
By using new technology and innovative tools to digitally connect with borrowers, banks will can find new and exciting ways to better serve their small business customers today and well into the future.
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Sherri Schwartz is the Manager of Product Marketing at nCino. With over three years in Product Marketing at nCino, Sherri also brings 10+ years of experience in communications and sales. When she's not at work researching financial industry trends, Sherri enjoys spending time at home with her husband and two sons.