South African company, Capital Harvest, has chosen Nucleus Software’s FinnOne for its loan management. Capital Harvest is a financial and business solutions company focused on the agricultural sector. The company specialises in instalment-based loans, revolving credit and production finance for farmers.
“FinnOne was chosen because of its reputation and capabilities to help us get an advantage in the region. Implementing FinnOne will help us automate our internal systems and processes to reduce time to market, offer flexibility to internal operations, maximise the business and reduce turn around time for loan processes. We are in the agricultural lending business, and thus it becomes more important for us to ensure greater scrutiny in minimum time possible. Apart from the rich functionality, we are especially impressed with FinnOne’s flexibility and scalability, which we feel is critical to our growth strategy,” said Johan Du Toit, managing director, Capital Harvest.
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