Lentra AI Private Limited, one of the fastest-growing digital lending cloud platforms, has announced the acquisition of Chennai and Singapore-based AI company TheDataTeam (TDT). Lentra will deploy TDT’s flagship behaviour intelligence platform Cadenz to help banks and financial institutions make better data-driven decisions on customer creditworthiness based on their financial journey.
Following the acquisition, Rangarajan Vasudevan, Founder & CEO, TDT has joined the company as Co-Founder & Chief Data Officer. Rangarajan Vasudevan, Founder & CEO, TDT said, “Software is eating the world, and data is eating software. While the uses of AI are many, the ability to have a lasting impact is immense in the financial sector due to the vast untapped potential for credit. Lentra has already established itself as the fastest-growing lending cloud. Given both companies had ambitions to scale fast in adjacent spaces and in the same geographies, it made perfect sense to merge our strengths in product and business-building.”
Lentra will integrate its SaaS and API-driven modular architecture with Cadenz’s stack. It’s Open API-driven modular architecture helps banks create tailored lending journeys and customer experiences with 95% Straight Through Processing (STP) rate. This gives banks and financial institutions access to a new customer base, reduces Non-Performing Assets (NPAs), and improves operational efficiencies.
Sandeep Mathur, Chief Revenue Officer, Lentra said, “We are seeing explosive growth in the credit market. Some of our clients have grown their Loan book by 10X after coming onboard the Lentra lending cloud. By integrating Cadenz platform into the Lentra lending cloud we will be able to provide an even bigger competitive edge to our clients in the entire credit lifecycle, from lead generation through origination to and the post-disbursal activities of loan management system, monitoring, collections and risk management. With this acquisition of Cadenz, Lentra is now on track to become the leading platform of choice for financial institutions globally.” IBSintelligence