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nCino for Commercial Lending

Silverline helps commercial banks improve the loan process with nCino.

The commercial banking industry is facing challenges with regards to increased expectations from customers, competition from fintech and other market players, and more. In order to compete, banks must offer exceptional experiences, but legacy systems and manual back-end processes can stand in the way. With nCino for commercial banking, and the help of Silverline’s banking technology expertise, you can create a modern experience for your commercial customers and increase loan volume for your bank.

Benefits of nCino for commercial lending

Why choose Silverline?

Silverline is a top Salesforce and nCino partner with over a decade of experience serving banks, credit unions, and other lending institutions. Our consultants specialize in these verticals, and often have first-hand experience working at banks in the past.

In addition to our industry expertise, we also bring our technological expertise from more than 50 projects on the nCino platform. Wherever you are in your nCino journey, we can help — whether you’re looking to implement nCino, set up new features, or improve your existing org. We’ll help you build a modern experience for both your employees and your commercial customers.

A Guide to nCino and Financial Services Cloud Implementations

A digital origination solution from nCino and Salesforce Financial Services Cloud provides an ideal foundation for any financial institution to modernize and optimize the customer lifecycle from end to end — from sales prospecting all the way through account opening and servicing. Download our whitepaper to learn how you can deliver a seamless client experience by harnessing the combined power of nCino and FSC.

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