Deliver a Powerful All-Digital
Business Lending Experience

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Credit Applications Processed


Community Lenders
(Banks & Credit Unions)


Business Owner Funding

Trusted By Top Community Lenders

ICBA Preferred Service Provider

Process business financing requests faster and more profitably

Simplified Application

Term Loan Application Hub

Business Owner Hub + Your business owners can complete an all-digital business loan request in under 7 minutes on your branded, mobile-ready application

Intuitive End-to-End Platform

Intuitive End-to-End Lending Platform

End-to-End Banking Platform + Your team can quickly process, analyze, score, track, close and board loans with our powerful workflow tool

Quick, Low Cost Implementation

Quick, Low Cost Implementation

Be up and running in just a few weeks to lend digitally, with no implementation cost or coding required

View a live demo for the latest in business lending or updates on Atlas Platform

Why Invest in Small Business Lending?

General Business Lending is the largest commercial asset class (<$1M)

(SBA Report 2019)

Growth of Business Lending Report 2019

Note: Small Business Loans and CRE are <$1MM in size. SBA loans are 7(a) only

Source: SBA

Business Lending Post Pandemic

Business Lending Demand Is Spiking

Loan and line of credit requests <$1M are the largest opportunity for community lenders

Small Business Starts at a 10-Year High

New borrowers will be actively searching for a long-term community lender immediately following SBA Paycheck Protection Program lending

Growth of Digitally Savvy Lenders & FinTech

Big Banks with massive budgets and digital savvy lenders are rapidly gaining market share

Gain access to powerful, cloud-based banking tools that elevate your entire team on day one

Select the business banking experience you would like to improve first

Sales & Marketing

Build data-enriched relationship management, marketing & sales campaigns

Small Business Owner Hub & Digital Application

Offer fully-digital borrower experiences

Decisioning, Boarding & Analytics

Utilize one integrated system with application decisioning through boarding tools

79% of [borrowers] want their community lender to offer more all-digital solutions.

Atlas Business Lending Complete

Get all Atlas Business Lending Products In One

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Mission-Driven. Proven Success.

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Where top loan officers find research, analysis and the best strategies for building high-performing small business loan portfolios.

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