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Qliro moves in to private loans

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Qliro has recently expanded its offering within Financial Services with a service for private loans. Emric, part of Tieto, is delivering the same technology that was supplied for Qliro’s savings account service earlier this year.

”The solution is based on the same platform that Qliro already uses for its savings account service. Being able to add loan modules to a system they are already using makes it very easy for the customer to broaden their range of services. It also makes our partnership more rewarding,” says Pedram Tadayon, Head of Emric, part of Tieto.

The function enables Qliro to offer private loans to their customers. Thanks to the modular solution from Emric, it will be easy for Qliro to add additional offerings in the future.

”Qliro is a very innovative company within the Fintech industry. It is very pleasing to be able to offer our services both to Fintech and traditional companies in a way where everything fits within Tieto’s lending portfolio. We look forward to being part of Qliro’s development and continuing our partnership,” says Pedram Tadayon.
Qliro’s private loan service is completely digital and based on BankID verification, which makes the service safe and secure for users.

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