Online Lending Software Firm Blend Explains How its Solutions Help Banks Offer Comprehensive Digital Experiences

Digital lending software provider Blend (NYSE:BLND) notes that the financial services sector is changing, and ensuring loyalty is “increasingly difficult.”

Blend writes in a blog post that clients are now looking for all-digital experiences that are fast, easy, as well as more efficient. And they will switch financial institutions in order to get them, the Fintech company noted while adding that this shift is one of “the most pressing challenges for financial institutions — banks, credit unions, and non-depository institutions alike.”

Even though there are significant challenges, each type of financial institution “holds unique strengths,” according to Blend. The firm added that they believe that every FI can “develop a compelling value proposition for customers by leveraging digital experiences and a personal touch in a way that plays to their advantages and resonates with their individual customer base.”

Blend also mentioned that they are “the experienced partner that can help you get there.”

Whether you are running a bank, credit union, or non-depository institution, Blend claims that it has solutions for your financial institution.

According to Blend, the primary customer relationships that banks build their businesses on are “at risk.” The Fintech firm added that challenger banks are “growing their share of primary customers, largely thanks to the convenience of their online services, while megabanks are seeing their share decline.”

With Blend, banks are able to “strengthen their primary relationships by offering the end-to-end digital experiences customers want.” The company explains that their solutions “help banks personalize offers to customers across financial milestones while also enabling market responsiveness with agile technology that lets you adapt to changing dynamics quickly.”

The Fintech firm added that credit unions have “historically enjoyed thriving member relationships and loyalty.” The firm also noted that the in-person branch experience “is where credit unions shine, but it is no longer enough.”

The company also mentioned it “helps credit unions translate the personal to the digital, enhancing your online capabilities and service offerings while keeping what feels familiar to members front and center.”

As noted in the update, it is like “the best of both worlds, and puts the focus, both in-branch and online, where it belongs — on your members.”

Blend added that online lenders have seen their market share grow, “while traditional lenders have seen their market share decline.” But NDIs have strong differentiators — “namely, trusted loan officers.”

The firm added:

“Blend helps you leverage your loan teams’ expertise while incorporating digital processes into the customer experience. We help you develop strategic direction, maximize your marketing dollars, and automate routine tasks so your loan officers can focus on providing one-on-one customer guidance.”

The company also noted:

“Whether you’re a bank, credit union, or NDI, discover how Blend can help you bring your financial institution into the digital future and build a thriving customer base.”

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