Built by Bankers for Bankers

Built by experienced business bankers, Atlas enables community lenders to leverage data-driven technology to deliver a superior digital banking product experience to their small business customers

Nimble. Robust. Established.

Atlas transforms each stage of your business lending process

Partner With Experienced Technology First

7 – Minute Borrower Applications. Proven Decisioning Automation. Advanced Portfolio Analytics.

We have invested 7 years into mastering digital applications, digital decisioning, and digital loan offers through our own direct lending to small businesses for working capital requests up to $1M. Now, you can leverage that expertise to offer your borrowers a world-class experience through Atlas Platform 

Not just innovative, but proven.

Atlas lending technology has helped us build an exceptional term loan and line of credit portfolio at an industry leading low loss rate, a high customer satisfaction score, and partnerships with the nation’s best financial institutions

7 year track record of high-quality business lending

95+ Net Promoter Score

Selected by the ICBA as a Preferred Partner

Awards & Recognition

Best in Show (public vote; 2019 American Banker Conference)
EY Entrepreneurs of the Year
Innovators of the Year
Best Technology Work Culture
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Mission-Driven. Proven Success.

The Atlas Small Business Lending Deep Dive

Where top loan officers learn the best analysis, tips, research, and strategies to build high-performing business loan portfolios.

Leverage our experience and expertise to build the right small business portfolio strategy. Stay up-to-date on the most important trends community lenders should be paying attention to.

Atlas Business Lending Deep Dive

Paycheck Protection Program Analytics

The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is a $813.5B business loan program established by the United States federal government in 2020 through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). The CARES Act was designed to help certain businesses, self-employed workers, sole proprietors, certain nonprofit organizations, and tribal businesses continue paying their workers.

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