Financial technology start-up, SamePage, which aims to simplify the entire loan application process for the finance sector by providing an entirely digital customer journey, has officially launched.
SamePage has been set up by Rob Evans and Gavin Johns, who have over 50 years’ combined experience in product and service development working with blue-chip companies in the UK and globally. The SamePage cloud-deployed platform supports the entire lifecycle of a loan, from quote and apply, through to fulfilment and disbursement of funds.
The platform is designed to deliver a highly-automated process, reducing costs for lenders while minimising the completion time for the borrower. An on-line self-service portal, supporting fully customised branding, provides the borrower with real-time updates on the progress of their application.
On launching the business, Director of Product, Sales and Marketing, Rob Evans, added: “Our objective at SamePage is to develop solutions that enable financial organisations to simplify processes and transact seamlessly and cost effectively with their customers. The platform is suitable for start-up organisations as well as established financial institutions looking to upgrade their existing systems and improve their customer journey.”
Company Director Gavin Johns added: “We are excited about the benefits SamePage offers this sector. Our model is entirely focused on ease of integration, reducing traditional implementation time, which averages at 3-6 months, to less than a month. The platform will also provide a range of ready integrated third party services, such as credit reference agency, electronic signatures and open banking APIs, allowing our customers immediate access to both traditional and new technologies and service providers.”
Rob Evans has over 25 years of experience in consultancy and proposition development in the lending, investment and insurance sectors and has previously worked with Barclays, Fortis and LV=. Gavin Johns has over 24 years’ experience, spanning both financial and telecoms sectors and has supported blue-chip clients worldwide, including AT&T, O2 Telefonica and Vodafone.
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