10 Questions to Consider When Evaluating Digital Business Lending Strategies

by Cheryl Kardos on April 17, 2019

Business lending has become intensely competitive. A shift to all things digital is changing the face of business banking, forcing relationship...

Numerated Featured in New Book, "Fintech, Small Business & The American Dream"

by Cheryl Kardos on April 04, 2019

Today Karen Mills, the former head of the Small Business Administration, published her new book, "Fintech, Small Business & The American Dream."

FinTech Breakthrough Selects Numerated for 2019 Business Lending Award

by Cheryl Kardos on April 03, 2019

FinTech Breakthrough, an independent organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies and products in the global fintech market, has...

Numerated to Speak with People’s United Bank at LendIt Fintech 2019

by Numerated Marketing on March 28, 2019

LendIt Fintech has quickly grown into a must-attend event for financial services innovators, leading fintechs, and investors alike. The two-day...

Welcoming Karen Mills, Former Head of the Small Business Administration, as Investor and Advisor

by Cheryl Kardos on March 07, 2019

Today we're excited to announce that Karen Mills has joined Numerated as an investor and advisor. 

Penny Crosman at American Banker covered the...

Barlow Research Webinar: Why Digital-Only Lending Strategies Fall Short in Delivering Growth

by Bill Rodriguez on February 28, 2019

Digital-only business lending strategies discount the human factor involved in making large financial decisions, and deprive banks the opportunity...

Numerated to Speak on 'Building the Future of Banking' at Bank Innovation Ignite

by Numerated Marketing on February 26, 2019

Numerated will take the stage at Bank Innovation Ignite on March 11th to discuss where the banking industry is headed in 2019 and beyond.

Seacoast Bank uses technology to deepen customer relationships during government shutdown

by Cheryl Kardos on February 20, 2019

Real-time loans help Seacoast Bank save impacted businesses