Capitec partners with nCino to build the bank’s business banking loan management system

Capitec Bank, South Africa’s largest and fastest-growing digital bank has partnered with NASDAQ-listed nCino, a pioneer in cloud banking and digital transformation solutions for the global financial services industry. nCino is assisting with building the bank’s Business Banking loan management system, optimising its simplicity and efficiency in line with Capitec’s mission to help clients bank better to live better.

Karl Kumbier, Executive of Capitec Business, says he is very excited that Capitec has chosen nCino as a partner, saying that “Capitec is a brand that is associated with hard work, innovation, and disruption. It is the fastest-growing bank in the country and has over 70,000 business banking clients. We are looking forward to taking our ethos of simplicity even further, with the inclusion of this technology into our systems for a more seamless experience for the businesses we serve.”

“We are extremely proud to be working with Capitec, an institution with an incredible reputation as South Africa’s largest digital bank,” said Pierre Naudé, CEO at nCino. “With 17 million retail clients, Capitec has embraced an agile and innovative approach to growth. We’re glad Capitec saw a partner in nCino and look forward to providing the Bank with industry-leading technology and a flexible platform that will help drive the sustainability and growth of its business banking operations.”  

Thomas Byrne, Head of Product, EMEA at nCino added, “As we continue to expand into new countries, we’re developing additional depth and breadth to the nCino platform to solve the business, technical, and regulatory pain points that regularly trouble financial institutions on a global scale. We’re looking forward to providing Capitec with a scalable platform that enables the bank to improve client and employee experiences by streamlining, digitising and automating complex processes for a faster, more efficient and transparent experience for business owners.”

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