Scrive partners with Creditro to fight fraud and automate onboarding
The integration of the Scrive electronic signature service into Creditro’s anti-fraud and compliance solutions enables Creditro’s customers to offer a faster, digital onboarding process to their customers.
Scrive today announced a partnership with Creditro, the Danish fin/regtech company, to allow Creditro’s customers to offer the electronic signing of consent forms and other agreements needed for onboarding customers and running KYC processes.
Creditro’s innovative service protects its customers against credit risks as well as fraud, money laundering and other financial crimes by not only analysing a range of parameters for suspicious activity and trends, but by dynamically monitoring these factors to provide their customers with regularly updated data.
With the Scrive electronic signing tool, users of Creditro compliance can now look forward to a complete onboarding process: e-signing agreements, KYC processes and credit/fraud checks all happen in one digital flow. This is what true digitalisation looks like.
“To help Creditro’s customers provide the best experience to their customers, Scrive facilitates an onboarding process as seamless and convenient as the Creditro service itself”, says Scrive Partner Manager Ronny Hilton. “Customers applying for credit or undergoing a KYC process can get started quickly and on the spot by signing all the necessary agreements digitally, on any device. And Scrive’s service simplifies Creditro’s customers’ internal operations by eliminating paper and admin tasks. We help them reduce costs while making it easy to securely manage the signed agreements.”
“We have chosen to collaborate with Scrive because we see a market with a big demand for complete, integrated solutions”, says Creditro CEO Peter Hauge Jensen. “Creditro is already working on credit ratings, anti-money laundering and compliance. Many customers want to digitally sign agreements and other documents related to our ‘know your customer’ processes. The choice of Scrive was natural: it is a large yet agile company, and together we look forward to a long-term, global collaboration.”