Kuliza’s Flagship Product Lend.In Recognized at The Economic Times BFSI Innovation Tribe | Press Release

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Kuliza, a leading software company, announced today that its flagship product Lend.In was recognized by The Economic Times and Deloitte as the winner in the Technology category at the BFSI Innovation Tribe Awards & Summit 2018, Mumbai.

The Economic Times BFSI Innovation Tribe Awards & Summit is a unique platform, which brings together BFSI and technology leaders under one roof to discuss their course of action towards the disruption in the finance industry.

The products in the technology category were evaluated based on their unique capabilities and market potential. The winners of the awards were shortlisted and recognized by jury chairperson, Arundhati Bhattacharya, Former Chairman, State Bank of India and other eminent jury members included industry experts and thought leaders like Deepak Sharma, Chief Digital Officer, Kotak Mahindra Bank and Nitin Chugh, Country Head – Digital Banking, HDFC Bank.

Receiving this recognition from two of the most reputed names, The Economic Times and Deloitte is a testament to our product development efforts,” said Gaurav Jain, Chief Technology Officer, Kuliza. “ We further aim to continue our efforts and ensure that lending institutions can embrace the power of Lend.In to be future ready.

This recognition is a great validation for us and further reaffirms our market position in the disrupting lending space,” said Kuliza’s Director Sales & Marketing, Achintya Gupta. He further mentioned, “We are extremely proud to have such a stellar team and would like to thank our customers and partners who have helped us achieve this recognition.

Sankalan Prasad, Head of Lending Solutions, India, Kuliza said, “This recognition not only makes us proud as we stand out from the competitors but also bolsters our commitment towards continuous innovation in lending.

For more information of about Kuliza’s award-winning product Lend.In, visit http://www.getlend.in

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