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Creditera Launches New User Experience Focused on Personal and Business Credit Health

February 19, 2014

Creditera, an online platform that makes both personal and business credit information readily available to small and medium- sized businesses, said that it is introducing a redesigned member experience that will provide contextual information on both business and personal credit scores in one spot.

In a release, Creditera said that the improved user interface will also provide the Company's monitoring and identity theft solutions with real-time notification and identity theft insurance.

"The new site allows business owners and other parties to go beyond the score," said Levi King, CEO and co-founder of Creditera. "We make it easy to get a handle on your entire credit life. Our new friendly interface not only offers reports and scores from leading data providers, but actionable insights, monitoring and protection. Users get help in truly understanding their credit health so they can make more informed businesses decisions."

As described by the Company, the new member experience, available at: www.creditera.com, introduces several features that add tremendous value for users and expands the convenience and usefulness of Creditera's online services:

Scoreboard - Based on the concept that you cannot improve what you cannot measure, Creditera's new interactive scoreboard gives a sweeping snapshot of a business' credit health by bringing together personal and business credit scores in one spot.

Actionable Insights - Not only does the user get immediate access to personal and business credit data from data providers like Experian, Transunion, D&B Credibility Corp and FICO, but Creditera lets the user see how they measure up and understand what is impacting their credit scores. Creditera also provides tips to improve with easy-to-understand graphics and descriptions in "plainspeak" - not "bankspeak."

Protection - Creditera provides 24-hour continuous monitoring of changes to a user's credit, credit factors and scores, as well as identity theft risks that provide peace of mind, so they can focus on growing your business.

The website redesign comes on the heels of the release of Creditera's first mobile app. The app enables small business owners on the go to access and monitor small business scores and gain greater visibility into how these key risk-assessment services factor into the lending process.

"Because each user is different, we designed our new interface to offer personalized tips for each user's unique situation," said Jesse Harding, Creditera's vice president of product. "Many financial institutions use credit scores to help them make lending decisions, especially in the case of small business owners who haven't built up a business credit history. We show small business owners how they measure up."

More Information:

http://www.creditera.com

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