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CreditEnable is a global credit insights and technology company that enables intelligent lending to SMEs.
CreditEnable’s cloud-based credit analytics solutions are designed with and tailored to the specific needs of SME lenders and improve efficiency and enhance decision-making in the lending process.
So, whether you are:
Trying to grow your book,
Looking to better understand the risks involved with a particular lending strategy,
Or looking to build a better pipeline of clients,
CreditEnable can help.
Our vision is a transparent and vibrant global financial marketplace where SMEs and lenders can find their right match.
Our mission is to create the 1st global marketplace for SME lending.
CreditEnable gathers millions of data points on SMEs globally. We use lender validated credit algorithms and AI to turn this data into useful insight and robust eligibility and risk assessments of a borrowers’ ability to take on debt which are based on its ability to generate cash, its performance against its peers and the risks and specific attributes of the sector it operates in.
View in depth company finances
Credit profiles and reports
Assess industry / sector risk
Generate high quality leads & opportunities for more financing
Monitor on going risk
Our credit profile tool, CreditEnable®, makes it easy for you as a borrower to understand and improve your ability to secure debt. We give you deep insight into your financial performance against your peers and helpful tips on what to do to be more attractive to lenders.
You can check your credit profile risk free, without it impacting your ability to acquire financing.Learn More
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CreditEnable and Village Capital Announce A Partnership to Unlock Finance for SMEs in Emerging Markets
Initiative targets the 70 percent of SMEs in emerging markets who are underserved by the financial services sector, resulting in a credit gap of more than $1.0 trillion.