Atlas is a Complete, All-Digital Business Lending Solution

Combine Business Loan Marketing, Sales, Application, Decisioning, & Boarding Tools in One Solution. 

Elevate Your Business Lending End-to-End

Go from paper intensive, long underwriting processes, to the streamlined digital service your borrowers want.

Atlas: Sales & Marketing Engine

Build data-enriched relationship management, sales & marketing campaigns

Atlas: Digital Application & Small Business Owner Hub

Offer fully-digital borrower experiences

Atlas: Digital Decisioning & Analytics

Utilize as much or as little decisioning automation as you desire

Atlas: Boarding

Leverage one integrated system from application through boarding

Upgrade the business lending experience for you and your team in as few as 4 - 6 weeks.

Example workflow for illustration purposes only. Does not represent an actual applicant experience.
2. Marketing communications are sent directly by the lender outside of the Atlas system.

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Where top loan officers find research, analysis and the best strategies for building high-performing small business loan portfolios.

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Developing a vendor questionnaire regarding cybersecurity can be complex. The market is noisy and oversaturated with abbreviations such as SOC, MFA, and AUP, which can be confusing when every vendor claims their solution is the best. Ensuring success in selecting the right vendor can be simplified by asking the right questions and using a format that is easily digestible, even if you do not have a dedicated cybersecurity team.

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4 Important Vendor Compliance Questions You Should Be Asking

Banking is arguably the most regulated industry in the U.S. with an alphabet soup of regulations: GLB, FCRA, ECOA, BSA, AML, OFAC, CAN-SPAM, UDAAP, and many more. You
can recognize all of these acronyms, but can your software vendor? With these four important questions, you can quickly identify a vendor that treats compliance as seriously as you do.

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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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