Community Bank Service
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LendUX is an end-to-end digital lending platform for SBA 7(a) loans. Community banks and credit unions can enhance their borrower's user experience while minimizing risk through a digital application, E-Tran API connection, automated credit memos, document and communication management and all closing/legal documentation executed via e-sign. LendUX is a cloud-based, core-independent, white-labeled solution.
Why LendUX?
Streamline the loan origination process to make decisions faster.
Automate the SBA 7(a) loans process from start to finish.
End to end solution.
Standardized credit memorandum and closing documentation.
Third party integrations.
Automatically pre-screen via API for credit checks, SBSS score, Secretary of State, bankruptcy, and more.
SBA industry knowledge.
Developed by SBA industry experts with decades of experience in compliance law, technology and valuation.
Fair and simple.
Proud to offer transparent pricing, continuous data backup and privacy, and free ongoing updates.
Bank level security.
We comply with industry-standard protocols and follow best practices. LendUX is SOC 2 Certified.
We know, applying for a loan and application
processing is hard.
Make the process faster.
Filling out paper applications is time consuming for both the borrower and the lender. Remove the hassle with our fully automated application.
Make the process simpler.
Review and underwriting of small applications can be difficult and burdensome. LendUX simplifies your process from start to finish.
Make the process more accurate.
LendUX uses specific validations and checks to minimize the risk of human error both from the borrower and the lender.
Who is LendUX?
LendUX is based on the technology platform that Reliant Business Valuation built during the COVID-19 pandemic to automate almost $1B in PPP loans for community banks ( With overwhelming outreach from our community bank partners, we were asked to expand our PPP platform to create a full small SBA loan automation platform so community banks could lend to their local customer base while supporting the development and growth of minority-owned small businesses and entrepreneurs from underserved communities.
years of SBA experience
Automated PPP Applications