Trust Science and Inovatec Systems Team Up to Release World’s First End-to-End Loan Management Platform Powered by Alternative Credit Scores

Lenders now have the ability to reliably find, score, lend to and manage the loans of 64 million unbanked and under-banked consumers in the United States alone

TrustScience Inc., a leading provider of AI-powered credit scoring, and Inovatec Systems Corporation, a new breed of Loan Operating System (LOS) provider, announced today they will partner to release a fully automated lending platform that enables end-to-end loan management across the entire credit spectrum.

Lenders can be up and running on a fully customized LOS and an AI-powered loan underwriting model within weeks, not months (or years).

Trust Science CEO Evan Chrapko comments, “This partnership gives lenders the ability to accurately score and lend to an additional 64 million consumers in the U.S. alone, with unprecedented accuracy and speed. The end-to-end, customizable nature of Inovatec Systems’ LOS makes it a perfect partner for Trust Science and our API-based scoring solution.”

Bryan Smith, VP sales & marketing at Inovatec, shares a similar sentiment. “With this partnership, Inovatec Systems will now be able to automate the powerful AI tools at Trust Science alongside traditional credit scoring and risk measurements. Our lenders will have instant access to the Trust Science Six°Score™ to determine creditworthiness based on alternative, uncorrelated data, generating simple and powerful results for a more complete risk assessment of the individual.” He continues, “The Trust Science tools will be integrated into our Compass Asset Finance (CAF) for credit and funding, driving more innovation and thinking differently.”

Mark Eleoff, CEO of Eden Park Inc. and a customer of Trust Science and Inovatec Systems, remarks, “Both Trust Science and Inovatec Systems have proven themselves to be innovative, value-added and very customer centric in working with us to improve our credit decisions.”

A BETA version of the integration has been underway for several months, and general release is expected in June.