SavvyMoney adds a customer portal for banking partners


Integrated Credit Score Solution Provider MoneySavvy launched a new customer portal that brings together in one place the resources it offers to its banking and credit union partners.

Dubbed the “SavvyMoney Partner Hub”, the portal helps these financial institutions (FIs) manage rates, leverage services and tools, access products and marketing resources, engage with a community of other IF and interacting with SavvyMoney’s customer support specialists, according to a Wednesday (August 31) Press release.

“We believe that creating a consolidated platform for all things SavvyMoney will make it easier for partners to take advantage of all that our solutions have to offer,” said SavvyMoney’s President and CEO. JB Orecchia.

The new portal complements the company’s solution, which provides FIs with the data and tools they need to enable their end users to access real-time credit, targeted loan offers and business content. financial education through their existing digital banking platform.

“Our primary goal has always been to provide our partners with the tools they need to cultivate long-term relationships with their end users while driving profitable loan growth in a competitive environment,” Orecchia said.

PYMNTS research found that nearly two-thirds of consumers check their credit score at least once a month, with 11% saying they checked it earlier in the day they were surveyed. Meanwhile, 25% said they checked earlier in the week and 26% said they checked earlier in the month.

Read more: 63% of consumers check their credit score monthly

Consumers with below-average credit scores check their report more often, with 67% saying they checked it in the month prior to the survey. By comparison, 63% of consumers with an average credit score and 60% of those with an above-average credit score said they had, according to “The new reality check», a collaboration between PYMNTS and LendingClub.


About: Results from PYMNTS’ new study, “The Super App Shift: How Consumers Want To Save, Shop And Spend In The Connected Economy,” a collaboration with PayPal, analyzed responses from 9,904 consumers in Australia, Germany, UK and USA. and showed strong demand for one super multi-functional app rather than using dozens of individual apps.

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