FintechOS targets construction company market by partnering with Huddl


FintechOS, the global leader in high-productivity fintech infrastructure for the financial services and retail sectors, today announced a partnership with Huddl Team.

Working with the program and project management consultancy will help deliver innovative technology solutions to building companies in the UK financial services industry.

A report by the Building Society Association revealed how 67% of construction companies identify digital transformation as the top industry challenge over the next 5 years. To address this challenge, FintechOS and Huddl Team will work together to help digitize their Principle Decision Processes (DIPs), leveraging Huddl Team’s domain knowledge and FintechOS no-code/low-code platform. .

By partnering with Huddl and FintechOS, customers will be able to get to market quickly with prebuilt solutions that work with their existing infrastructure. FintechOS can also help customers digitize end-to-end onboarding and origination processes to increase customer satisfaction and profitability. This partnership is another addition to FintechOS’ thriving global partner ecosystem program.

Jonathan Abbott, CEO and Founder of Huddl Team, said, “We are delighted to announce our partnership with FintechOS. We believe the combination of Huddl Team’s deep industry knowledge and delivery expertise, along with the FintechOS infrastructure, will allow us to bring the first of many compelling products to market, helping customers transform their business from safe, transparent and efficient way.

Iain Chidgey, Chief Revenue Officer, FintechOS added, “With a track record of helping financial services institutions build digital products, FintechOS is well positioned to help the Huddl team be a game-changer for customers. With their proven track record in transformational projects and our high-productivity fintech infrastructure, this partnership can create special digital solutions that improve the financial services industry in the UK.


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