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Cloudsquare Unveils Cloudsquare Lend: The Most Secure and Robust End-to-End Lending Platform, powered by Salesforce

June 17, 2024
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A Highly Flexible, Scalable, and Secure Loan Management System Now Generally Available to Streamline Lending for Small Business Lenders

Los Angeles, CA – June 17, 2024 – Cloudsquare, a leader in the LOS/LMS platform arena and a renowned Salesforce consulting partner specializing in alternative lending solutions, proudly announces the general availability of Cloudsquare Lend. This revolutionary end-to-end loan management system is meticulously crafted to empower small business lenders with unparalleled efficiency and scalability.

Cloudsquare Lend stands as a beacon of innovation, offering a highly flexible, scalable, and customizable loan management platform built on the robust Salesforce ecosystem. This groundbreaking solution seamlessly integrates all lending processes, providing deep business insights and automating the entire funding journey, all without the need for coding expertise.

“Cloudsquare Lend was developed in response to a pressing industry need for a comprehensive platform capable of managing all facets of the lending process,” stated Jeffrey Morgenstein, CEO of Cloudsquare. “Our solution scales effortlessly, empowering users with the ability to configure the platform independently, thus eliminating the dependency on service providers and development costs. Our mission is to deliver the most robust end-to-end lending platform, ensuring our clients can thrive and adapt as their business evolves.”

Gerbian King, CEO of Fundr shared, “Partnering with Cloudsquare was one of the best decisions we made for our business. Their hands-on approach, responsiveness, and commitment, to delivering results have elevated our operational capabilities and positioned us for long-term success.”

Cloudsquare Lend highlighted features include:

  • Loan Origination: Automated workflows; KYC; underwriting automation; credit, Thomson Reuters CLEAR, and Plaid integrations; email submissions, duplicate submission management, referral source management, pricing, stipulation management, e-sign contract integrations
  • Loan Servicing: ACH integrations, same day and next day processing, payment auto-scheduling, concurrent payment schedules, fees and collections automation, streamlined funding and disbursements, white-labeling, merchant statements
  • Syndication: Syndicator onboarding, flexible fee settings, remittance automation and reporting, participation portal
  • Secure and Compliant: Built on the Salesforce platform, Cloudsquare Lend leverages Salesforce’s robust security infrastructure, which includes encryption, advanced threat detection, and compliance with global standards like GDPR, HIPAA, and ISO 27001. Salesforce’s dedication to security ensures that sensitive financial data is protected against unauthorized access and breaches, offering a more secure alternative compared to other platforms.

Dennis Mikhailov, COO of Cloudsquare, added, “Our extensive experience in providing technology solutions to leading players in the alternative lending industry has underscored the need for a reliable, robust, scalable, and affordable platform. We have not only met these needs but continue to listen to and collaborate with our customers to prioritize our development roadmap, consistently delivering updates that enable them to fund smarter, faster, and more efficiently.”

Discover how Cloudsquare Lend can revolutionize your lending operations by visiting https://link.cloudsquare.io/Nbhf.

About Cloudsquare

Cloudsquare, is a robust LOS/LMS platform and premier Salesforce consulting partner specializing in solutions tailored for alternative lending. We pride ourselves on being the provider of choice for ambitious, forward-thinking organizations aiming to elevate their operations to the next level. Cloudsquare’s excellence has been recognized by industry leaders, is listed on the Inc. 5000 as one of America’s fastest-growing companies and is consistently rated as a top service provider on platforms like Salesforce AppExchange, G2, Clutch and Manifest. For more information, please visit https://link.cloudsquare.io/RYuO.

Cloudsquare Unveils Game-Changing Lender APIs for Streamlined Submissions

June 6, 2024
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New out-of-the-box integrations promises to revolutionize the deal submission process, boosting efficiency and cutting costs for alternative lending companies.

cloudsquare logoLos Angeles, CA – June 6, 2024 – Cloudsquare, a leading LOS/LMS platform and Salesforce consulting partner specializing in alternative lending solutions, announces the launch of 14 new Lender APIs integrated into Cloudsquare Broker, an alternative lending CRM powered by Salesforce. This significant advancement enhances the speed and efficiency submitting deals to lenders who accept portal submissions

The Lender APIs address common challenges in submissions, reducing delays and costs with a streamlined, automated solution. They integrate with the CRM’s Submission Channel, an AI-powered module that matches the right lenders for each deal, increasing approval rates by avoiding unnecessary declines.

Depending on the lender’s API capabilities, brokers gain access to features like real-time status updates, document retrieval, instant offers and decline reasons, further enhancing processing efficiency.

“With our new Lender APIs, users can experience a tenfold increase in submission speed,” said Jeffrey Morgenstein, CEO at Cloudsquare. “This not only saves our clients tens of thousands of dollars in processing payroll but also ensures they stay ahead of their competitors by operating at peak efficiency.”

Supported lenders include Bitty Advance, CAN Capital, Credibly, Expansion Capital Group, Fora Financial, Forward Financing, Headway, Idea Financial, Kapitus, Lendini, Mulligan Funding, OnDeck, PIRS Capital, and Rapid Finance.

“For customers who work with lenders not currently on the list, Cloudsquare offers the flexibility to add any lender to the submission framework, provided they have an API available,” said Paul Albuquerque, Director of Product at Cloudsquare. “It is our mission to elevate the entire industry and drive synergy through technology.”

This development underscores Cloudsquare’s commitment to innovative solutions that meet the evolving needs of the financial services industry, helping businesses operate more efficiently.

To learn more about how Cloudsquare’s Lender APIs can transform your submission process, visit https://link.cloudsquare.io/RYuO.

About Cloudsquare

Cloudsquare, is a robust LOS/LMS platform and premier Salesforce consulting partner specializing in solutions tailored for alternative lending. We pride ourselves on being the provider of choice for ambitious, forward-thinking organizations aiming to elevate their operations to the next level. Cloudsquare’s excellence has been recognized by industry leaders, is listed on the Inc. 5000 as one of America’s fastest-growing companies and is consistently rated as a top service provider on platforms like Salesforce AppExchange, G2, Clutch and Manifest. For more information, please visit https://link.cloudsquare.io/RYuO.

Square Loans: $1.32B Funded in Q1, Expands to Japan

May 2, 2024
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blockSquare Loans, a subsidiary of Block, originated 129,000 small business loans for a total of $1.32B in the first quarter.

“Strength in banking gross profit was driven by continued strong demand for loans and healthy repayment trends,” the company said. Loss rates also remained consistent with historical ranges.

The company also expanded its business loan program to Japan and it has so far exceeded their expectations.

“Clearly, quick access to funds and a seamless product experience are true differentiators relative to existing financing options for SMBs in Japan,” said Block CFO Amrita Ahuja.

Separately, Block CEO Jack Dorsey spent an inordinate amount of time talking about Bitcoin in the quarterly shareholder letter, his entire message in fact.

It opened up with the following quotation: “Why the hell are you all spending so much time on bitcoin?”

“We get this question a lot. We’ll use this quarter’s letter to answer it,” Dorsey wrote in response.

Square Generated $4.78B in Business Loans in 2023

February 22, 2024
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blockBlock’s business loan division, Square Loans, had a massive year in 2023, generating $4.78 billion in loans. That was $1.5 billion more than its closest competitor Enova and up from $4.06 billion in 2022.

Data of this sort is becoming harder to come by industry wide. Several publicly traded firms that once highlighted their origination volumes have since sought to minimize disclosure of it. (This is an approximate list of the largest online small business lenders and merchant cash advance providers in the US.) While Square still makes their origination figures available, it warrants no mention on the Block quarterly earnings calls because its impact on the overall business is small. Block generated $21.92 billion in net revenue in 2023 for example, $9.5 billion of which stemmed from its bitcoin business.

Square: Business Loan Originations, Loss Rates Steady in Q3

November 2, 2023
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Block’s Square Loan division chugged along in Q3, originating 120,000 loans for a total of $1.17B. The company’s origination figures in the first nine months of this year are basically on par with the origination figures of the last nine months of 2022. This suggests that Block is being cautious and conservative.

Block also said that loss rates on Square Loans “remained consistent with historical ranges.”

Square loan originations for the past six quarters:

Q2 2022: $1.01B
Q3 2022: $1.14B
Q4 2022: $1.16B
Q1 2023: $1.10B
Q2 2023: $1.10B
Q3 2023: $1.17B

Block did not talk about Square Loans on its earnings call except to say that it’s among a number of products it offers that serves as a retention tool and that in the future it will become more of an acquisition channel as well.

Square Loans Adds Monthly Payment Option, Tops $1B in Loans in Q2

August 4, 2023
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Block’s Square Loan subsidiary is adding another business loan feature to its arsenal, a monthly payment option “to serve larger sellers who wanted more visibility into managing their cash flow.”

The company had a major quarter by making 119,000 loans for a total of $1.10 billion in originations. The company has consistently ranked among the top online small business lenders in the country.

Square Loans said that 25% of its fixed payment loan customers so far have been “mid-market sellers,” small businesses that process more than $500,000 in annual card payment volume.

Square Loans Originates $1.1B in Funding in Q1

May 5, 2023
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blockBlock is not slowing down its small business lending division. Square Loans originated $1.1B across 113,000 loans in the first quarter of 2023, keeping it on pace to continue remaining the largest small business lender that deBanked publishes data on. The company said that loss rates remained consistent with historical ranges and that strong revenue and gross profit were achieved.

Square Loans Completes Monster Funding Year

February 26, 2023
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blockSquare Loans rose to the top of deBanked’s small business loan originations leaderboard last year after announcing $1.16B in originations in Q4. That brought the company, which is a subsidiary of Block (formerly Square), to over $4B funded for the year total, spread out across 461,000 loans.

In its annual shareholder letter, Block said that “Square Loans achieved strong revenue and gross profit growth during the fourth quarter of 2022.” Demand for loans has been steady and loss rates have stayed consistently within historical ranges.

Square Loans typically approves merchants for less than 20% of a merchant’s expected annual Square gross payment volume, is repaid by withholding a percentage of credit card sales, and enjoys a borrower base that pays off its loans in less than 9 months on average.

Block’s business is so large and now has so many components that Square Loans did not even come up in Block’s Q4 earnings call. Overall, the company generated $5.7B in revenue in 2022.

The small business loans originations leaderboard contains a lot of blanks. That’s because several public companies have attempted to obscure their business lending figures or non-public ones have opted to not disclose their figures. If you want your company’s figures to be added, email info@debanked.com.

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