Numerated Welcomes People's United Bank As a Customer

by Numerated Marketing on December 12, 2018

Today we are excited to welcome People's United Bank as a customer. With more than $44 billion in assets under management and more than 400...

Bristol County Savings Bank Selects Numerated for Digital Lending

by Numerated Marketing on December 11, 2018

DECEMBER 11, 2018 – BOSTON, Mass. -- Bristol County Savings Bank, a full-service community bank serving Massachusetts and Rhode Island, is...

Numerated in the News: Interviews with American Banker and Bank Innovation

by Numerated Marketing on September 26, 2018

Our CEO Dan O'Malley was recently interviewed by American Banker and Bank Innovation regarding our partnership with Bremer Bank, a top 50 SMB...

Numerated in ABA Banking Journal: Real-time banking: the risk of doing nothing

by Kaileigh Higgins on July 16, 2018

The urgency for banks to offer real-time lending continues to rise, and recently took center stage at a leading bank tech conference:

Numerated in American Banker: Eastern Bank-created fintech Numerated lands two new bank clients

by Kaileigh Higgins on March 20, 2018

We are so excited to announce that two new customers, MidFirst Bank and Franklin Synergy chose Numerated to help them grow in small business.

Numerated on American Banker's Podcast: An online loan in five minutes? This startup says it's possible

by Numerated Marketing on June 13, 2017

Numerated's Founder and CEO Dan O'Malley was recently featured on the American Banker's podcast, in an episode focused on digital lending...

Numerated in The Economist: A 199-year older lender becomes a tech pioneer

by Numerated Marketing on June 01, 2017

Numerated and our founder and CEO Dan O'Malley were recently featured in The Economist. The Economist covered the technology's genesis at and...

Numerated in American Banker: How this bank keeps small-business clients away from online lenders

by Kaileigh Higgins on January 29, 2017

In the age of real-time, banks need to learn how to compete the convenience afforded by alternative lenders to keep their small business customers.