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June 02, 2015 12:29 PM ET

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Company Overview of nCino, Inc.

Company Overview

nCino, Inc. develops and offers cloud-based bank operating solutions to the financial services industry in the United States. It offers nCino bank operating system, an integrated banking solution for bankers to drive increased profitability, productivity gains, regulatory compliance, and operating transparency at various organizational levels and across various lines of business. The company also provides nCommercial, a lending solution that allows users to originate and manage loans; nMortgage, a real estate lending solution that streamlines various steps in the loan origination and processing lifecycle, reducing operating costs, and delighting customers; and nRetail solution, an integrated...

2605 Iron Gate Drive

Suite 100

Wilmington, NC 28412

United States

Founded in 2011

Phone:

888-676-2466

Key Executives for nCino, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Age: 55
Co-Founder and Director
Age: 62
Co-Founder and Director
Age: 44
Executive Vice President
Chief Product Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

nCino, Inc. Key Developments

Northeast Bank Selects nCino’s Bank Operating System to Enhance its Commercial and SBA Loan Production

nCino announced that Northeast Bank has selected nCino’s Bank Operating System to enhance its commercial and SBA loan production. nCino enhances banks’ lending services by combining essential loan origination functions with customer relationship management, business process workflows and reporting dashboards in a single place to automate and simplify the entire lending process. The Bank Operating System empowers employees and leaders with deeper insight into bank operations, replacing traditional point solutions and manual based-processes to drive greater efficiency.

BankSouth Deploys nCino Operating System

nCino announced that BankSouth has selected its Bank Operating System to create more efficiency around its commercial and consumer loan production and performance. The bank has been looking to expand its regional footprint, but needed to first adopt more electronic processes and better leverage its employees expertise. nCino's Bank Operating System combines essential loan origination functions with customer relationship management (CRM), business process workflows and reporting dashboards in a single place to automate the entire lending process. For BankSouth, the implementation of nCino has resulted in a centralized loan platform, allowing increased flexibility to conduct loan approvals. With the ability to import documents, the bank has not run a paper file since day one of implementation and has armed key staff with tablets to approve loans from any location, without disruption. Deploying nCino has enabled BankSouth to build more branches and staff them smartly with employees equipped to carry more responsibility, offering the full complement of banking and loan products. Longer term, the bank plans to use nCino's CRM capabilities to unify its enterprise initiatives by empowering its lenders to be better relationship managers for proactive outreach around renewals, cross referrals and more.

TAB Bank Selects nCino's Bank Operating System

nCino announced that TAB Bank has selected its Bank Operating System to achieve straight-through processing for document workflows and a more holistic view of customer relationships across the bank. nCino's Bank Operating System integrates with TAB Bank's four distinct systems of record across its different product lines, providing uninterrupted workflow processing while extending the 360-degree customer management view it has on the frontend. nCino expands the CRM system by adding workflow management and data manipulation capabilities from loan origination through funding all in a single platform. TAB Bank also gains critical backend reporting and dashboard views. The Bank Operating System's ability to centralize and store loan documents will be critical to the bank's document generation efficiency, which will be further enhanced with the use of eSignatures to complete all forms. nCino's Bank Operating System combines essential loan origination functions with CRM, business process workflows and reporting dashboards in a single place to automate and simplify the entire lending process.

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