New York, New York (September 13, 2022) – QuickFi® demonstrated their patented digital equipment financing platform live on stage at the 2022 FinovateFall event presented by Finovate, a leading fintech event series and digital engagement platform.
QuickFi by @innovation_fin demoing its 100% digital, self-service, mobile equipment financing platform that enables business equipment financing in minutes.— Finovate (@Finovate) September 13, 2022
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FinovateFall 2022 featured 60+ innovative live demos, 100+ expert speakers, and over 2000 attendees in conference that featured the best innovations the fintech community.
The week’s activities concluded at the Edison Ballroom where QuickFi was honored as the winner of the 2022 Finovate Awards for the Best SMB/SME Banking Solution that was given to a bank or FI that excels at engaging with small and medium sized businesses by offering quality products and an exceptional digital experience. Finalists in this category included Mastercard, Autobooks, Cora, Novo Banco, and QuickFi.
The Finovate Awards recognize the companies driving fintech innovation forward and the individuals bringing new ideas to life. They honor the best in fintech, all in one place. The Finovate Awards brings leading banks, fintech firms, accelerators, and individuals together to compete against each other in 23 different categories.
QuickFi enables business borrowers to obtain term equipment financing in minutes, not days or weeks. After user authentication, business borrowers complete financing in 3 minutes, with 3 simple steps.
QuickFi gives bank and manufacturing partners lending capabilities not available elsewhere. SMB customers self-serve business equipment financing from anywhere, at any time of the day or night. The 100% digital QuickFi platform costs a fraction of the legacy bank model. QuickFi provides a faster, preferred borrower experience.
QuickFi is an end-to-end platform, eliminating partner banks and manufacturers’ need to manage software and eliminating servicing, collection, customer service, IT, security and other staff costs.