Join us for a webinar on Optimising Lending Processes

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Optimising Lending Processes

How can you enhance your lending processes to be able to adapt quickly to spikes in demand and changes in regulations, at the same time as enhancing your products to provide a better service to your customers? Join PryceWilliams and Decisions to see how you can make progress happen through smart use of workflow automation and a business rules engine.

Date: 3rd June     Time: 2pm

For more information on the Decisions platform, including the benefits it can unlock for your business and your customers, please visit the Decisions website.

Business Process Optimisation

PryceWilliams makes progress happen for your business by optimising your business processes, improving their efficiency and effectiveness and ensuring that they deliver the business outcomes that you’re looking for.

No two business process optimisation opportunities are alike; we can provide expert guidance and bespoke assistance at every step along the way of the business process optimisation journey.

  1. Envisioning business outcomes
    • Identifying pain points
    • Agreeing what good looks like
    • Defining your ideal outcomes
  2. Building business requirements
    • Detailed business analysis of problem areas
    • Translating outcomes into tangible deliverables
    • Producing high-quality business requirements
  3. Implementing changes
    • Supporting teams through change
    • Managing technology delivery
    • Delivering the ideal outcomes

If you have a business process you’d like to optimise; if you have a business outcome you’d like to achieve; if you’d like to make progress happen for your business – please contact us to discuss how we can help you.

Use case: CBILS

The UK government’s Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) provides support to lenders to provide certain types of lending to businesses, along with a set of new requirements around how these lending products need to work.

These requirements could add extra manual processing time and complexity to a lender’s existing business processes, costing time and money and increasing compliance risk for the lender.

Well-designed rules and automated workflow can both improve save time and money and reduce risk for the lender’s CBILS processing by minimising the manual processing required to deliver and manage the products.

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