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Member Business Solutions Selects nCino

August 6, 2014

CUSO able to extend benefits of cloud banking to credit unions’ member business lending

WILMINGTON, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Member Business Solutions (MBS) has selected nCino’s Bank Operating System to provide its partner credit unions automated workflow and decisioning efficiencies in their member business lending and servicing.

MBS offers business loan support to partnering credit unions with loan underwriting, servicing and other documentation services. The Florida-based CUSO has underwritten $4 billion in business loans while maintaining delinquency rates under the industry average. MBS wants to see significant growth in its number of partner credit unions over the next few years and also grow loan volume and service more loans. The addition of nCino’s Bank Operating System will move MBS away from a homegrown workflow application to a single, cloud-based platform for lead generation through to origination, funding and reporting – regardless of the loan type.

Jim Gallagher, president of MBS, explained, “nCino gives us the advantage of speed and quality. Credit union borrowers ultimately receive better loans because they will be delivered faster, with more transparency and through smarter decisioning. And, the system’s Software-as-a-Service infrastructure enables our organization to scale in response to growth objectives. We cannot afford to be in the IT business. With nCino, I can focus on credit union relationships – and their member relationships – as the CUSO grows.”

MBS will use nCino’s Bank Operating System to perform underwriting and other preparatory documents for its partner credit unions, setting them in position to make loan decisions. Its partner credit unions will have single user access to upload borrower files and forms to help complete the transaction. The result will be a deeper level of clarity into the credit unions’ loan production, and a more comprehensive borrower picture based on the definitive needs of each credit union.

“More and more credit unions are understanding their ability to have a stake in member business lending,” said Pierre NaudÉ, CEO, nCino. “With the right tools in place, they can enter these relationships confidently and successfully manage them over time. This partnership is exciting because, through MBS’ reputation for expertise in this area, we can extend our innovative technology to a group of credit unions varying in size and portfolio maturity that positions them as the reliable source for lending to more businesses.”

About nCino

Wilmington, N.C.-based nCino, Inc. is the leader in cloud-based bank operating solutions to the financial services industry. Through its flagship Bank Operating System solution, nCino leverages the power of the Salesforce Platform to provide small- to mid-sized financial institutions with superior transparency and clarity into their existing loan production pipelines, portfolios and operating efficiencies across all business lines, resulting in increased profitability, productivity gains and regulatory compliance.

For more information, visit www.ncino.com.

For media and press inquiries email press@ncino.com.

The NCINO mark is a federally registered trademark of nCino, Inc. All rights reserved.

About Member Business Solutions

Member Business Solutions, a wholly-owned CUSO of Corporate One Federal Credit Union, acts as a credit union’s business lending support department by providing loan services for all types of member business loans including loan documentation, underwriting and servicing, as well as participation brokerage. Currently celebrating its 10th year of operation, MBS has helped more than 70 credit unions underwrite approximately 10,000 business loans for $4 billion with delinquency levels far below the industry average. For more information, call (888) 627-7881 or visit www.mbsllc.org.



For nCino

Megan Fort, 678-781-7223

Source: nCino, Inc.


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