Skip to content

Provenir Garners Credit Strategy Lending Awards 2023 Finalist Honors for ‘Best Technology Partner’


October 11, 2023 | Jonathan Pryer

The company’s AI-Powered Risk Decisioning Platform brings together decisioning, data and AI to enable smarter decisions across the entire customer lifecycle

Parsippany, NJ October 11, 2023 – Provenir, a global leader in AI-powered risk decisioning software, today announced that it has been named a Credit Strategy Lending Awards 2023 finalist in the “Best Technology Partner” category.

The Credit Strategy Lending Awards is the only awards program honoring individuals, teams and businesses across alternative lending, commercial finance, and mortgage industries. The awards celebrate excellence across the entire lending market. Winners will be announced Nov. 14 at an awards ceremony at the Hilton London Watford.

“To compete successfully in the digital-first, instant gratification world, financial services organizations need a solution to automate credit assessment processes so lending decisions can be made quickly and more efficiently,” said Frode Berg, Provenir’s Managing Director for EMEA. “Provenir’s AI-Powered Risk Decisioning Platform delivers diverse data for deeper insights and a continuous feedback loop for constant improvement, enabling lenders to support credit decisions in real-time at scale and more easily tailor lending products and terms to meet the specific needs of their customers.”

Latest Resources

BNPL, Decisioning

On-Demand Webinar: The Future of Buy Now, Pay Later

Examining card-based BNPL and scalable automated decisioning to support the evolution of the industry As Buy Now, Pay ...

Buy vs. Build in the UK – Why “Buy” is the Right Choice for Risk Decisioning Software

In today's fast-paced business landscape, making informed and timely decisions is critical to success. This is especially true ...

Fostering SME Lending Resilience in Europe: Empowering Smart Decision-Making with Data and AI

SMEs accelerate market growth and innovation across the continent, accounting for 67% of all EU private sector jobs ...