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Modernize the back-office of your bank

Create streamlined, digital experiences to meet your customer’s needs

Prior to the pandemic, fewer than 1% of loans in the world were made online. Now, as COVID-19 has forced financial institutions to evolve, banks have no choice but to offer digital experiences to customers.

Staffing and managing data review teams is expensive, time-consuming, and inefficient. Understaffing leads to backlogs, overstaffing is wasteful, and processing speed is inconsistent. Ocrolus provides fast and highly reliable document processing on-demand, supplying customers with an elastic back-office. 

Ocrolus powers document workflows for banks in a variety of applications, including account openings, consumer lending, small business lending, mortgages, and more.

 

Build dynamic experiences that engage your customers while you have their attention

Increase accuracy and make better decisions with trusted data

Eliminate manual review and "stare and compare" work

Flex up (or down) on-demand, 24x7x365

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Say goodbye to massive document-backlogs and slow turnaround times

Leverage our SOC-compliant clean rooms and bank-level encryption

Respond to customers while they’re on your site

Scale your workforce up or down on-demand

Reduce document-backlogs and slow turnaround times

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