NETSOL Technologies went live with its mobile origination (mPOS) system for PT. Mizuho Balimor Finance (MBF) in Indonesia.
NETSOL’s mPOS application will enable MBF’s field teams to easily originate credit applications and provide quick turnaround and approvals to customers looking to acquire its finance and leasing products.
mPOS is a complete origination and conversion solution that handles all related tasks, including menu selling, quick credit origination, deals and promotions, customer engagement and dynamic reporting. mPOS enables field teams to request, capture, check, validate customer information and communicate all relevant information with back office to assist in converting a contract application.
“As a digital innovator in the finance and leasing space, NETSOL continues to deliver technology excellence to our global customer base,” said company Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Najeeb Ghauri. “We believe this new point of sale system is reflective of our organization’s nimbleness as well as our ability to continually evolve our technology to stay at the forefront of the industry. The launch with MBF is yet another example of how we can develop and deliver engines for superior technology platforms. Overall, we believe our digital product portfolio, including mPOS, is positioned to meet the increasing demand we are seeing in the market for digital solutions.”
Arya Rusli, marketing director for MBF, commented: “We have selected NETSOL [because] they have the product that best suits our needs. With this implementation, they have proved their capability and I hope that we will reap the benefits from deploying mPOS by increasing ongoing sales and efficiency.”
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