Earnix, a Provider of Pricing and Rating Solutions for Banks, Opens Office in Texas

Earnix, the global provider of intelligent, composable, SaaS solutions for insurers and banks,  announced its new office in Texas.

Set among industry giants like Toyota and Liberty Mutual, the new facility “affords regional employees and customers – as well as customers and prospects in the Americas – the opportunity to collaborate in-person.”

Earnix continues “to grow its footprint in the Americas and worldwide.”

With customers in “more than 35 countries across six continents, new workspace supports local and global efforts.” With an eye toward talent diversity, the Texas location “provides space for recruitment, customer and prospect engagement, and collaboration for employees at all levels.”

Robin Gilthorpe, CEO at Earnix, said:

“Our new office is centrally located, providing customers throughout the Americas access to team members across disciplines. This further demonstrates Earnix’s evolution. Scaling our business means we can better serve our customers in meeting their strategic business goals.”

Earnix’s investment in the new Texas location “is another example of its dedication to the fintech industry.” With resources across the globe, the company is “positioned to advance its growth, benefiting employees and the market.”

As noted in the update, Earnix claims it is “the premier provider of mission-critical composable and cloud-based intelligent solutions across pricing, rating, underwriting, product personalization and telematics.”

These fully integrated solutions “provide ultra-fast ROI and are designed to transform how global insurers and banks are run by unlocking value across all facets of the business.”

It has “been innovating for Insurers and Banks since 2001 with customers in over 35 countries across six continents and offices in the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Israel.”

As noted in another update shared by Earnix, market drivers for vehicle demand have been more volatile “since early 2020 than any time in history and lenders require flexible pricing technology to stay competitive,” according to the Competing and Capturing Customers in a Disrupted Auto Finance Market report.

The paper published by Earnix, the global provider of intelligent, composable, SaaS solutions for insurers and banks, “discusses vehicle financing trends and the need for improved pricing and decisioning technology.”

Executed by Celent, a research and advisory firm specializing in financial services, the piece evaluates “the changes technology and competition are driving in how lenders need to sell, price, underwrite, retain, and cross-sell vehicle loans.”

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