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Introducing Valeyo Ori, our new omnichannel loan origination platform that empowers credit unions to define their own lending journeys, and seamlessly integrate with best-in-class financial service providers of their choice. Built on 20 years of lending expertise, a secure API model, and a vendor agnostic strategy, Valeyo Ori is transforming the lending experience for credit unions and their members.
Hear from our team of lending technology experts, and take a deeper dive into the product's strategy, benefits for Canada's credit unions, and roadmap.
It's not as simple as just building a product. If you're going to work with the industry to collaborate and build for the future, you need to have the right team and skills to drive that.
Sara Mazhar, VP Technology, Valeyo
on investing in the future of lending
Our Technology Governance Committee is a group of 11 credit unions that share a similar mindset of pushing the boundaries of lending technology.
Andrew Pastoric, Head of Strategy & Innovation, Valeyo
on industry partnerships and collaboration
It was important to focus on the experience of all roles within the institution, rather than only the lending officers, in order to improve productivity and efficiency across the institution.
Richard Ward, Senior Product Manager, Valeyo
on system function and design
What I'm really proud of is the number of integrations that allow for a seamless journey. It makes the member experience more seamless and gives credit advisors a lot more tools to make the entire credit process more efficient, less error prone, and easier to use than the other tools in market.
Paul Kachappilly, Director Technology, Valeyo
on product features & capabilities
From financial service leaders to industry partners to UX design gurus, hear what the experts have to say about the evolving lending technology ecosystem and what the future holds for Canada's credit unions.
Valeyo and Celero are proactively working together to bring innovative solutions that benefit credit unions and financial institutions, and most importantly, fellow Canadians.
Barb MacLean, VP Integrations and Analytics, Celero
on working together for partners and clients.
The API strategy that Valeyo and thirdstream have put in place enables the exact customer journey that consumers expect today.
Keith Ginter, CEO, thirdstream, and
George Hofsink, Head of Sales and Strategy, thirdstream
on API-driven strategies and the future of lending.
We needed to create an experience where an individual with a lot of experience in the credit union loan adjudication space could thrive, as well as someone that is brand new.
Stephen Megitt, Executive Strategy Director, EY Design Studio
on driving productivity and efficiency through intuitive design for the Valeyo Ori platform.
Technology and business are forevermore joined at the hip: strategically, tactically, and operationally. While many financial institutions (FI) across Canada are faced with the challenge of serving both prospective and existing members remotely, their current digital channels (if existent) were also challenged to an extent that FIs have not experienced before.
Open banking is going to have a significant impact on the economy for consumers and financial institutions. And Canada’s credit unions are well positioned to tackle open banking with the same commitment to the collective that has been so integral to their past and is critical to their future.
Valeyo joins Celero Xchange™ to deliver digital lending solutions to Canadian financial services providers, innovating lending options available to Canadian credit unions through Celero Xchange’s growing ecosystem.
We are incredibly excited to announce our strategic #partnership with Innovation Credit Union as we work together to accelerate the development of our proprietary digital lending and credit management platform for credit unions and financial services providers.
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