The Silicon Review magazine, published in Silicon Valley, California, selected Portuguese fintech ITSCREDIT as one of the “50 most admired companies of the year 2019”.
The prestigious US publication highlights ITSCREDIT, a Porto-based software company focused on the development and implementation of credit solutions, for the “constant effort to improve the credit process from simulation to disbursement”.
“The recognition of The Silicon Review is a source of pride for the entire ITSCREDIT team and reinforces the ambition we have from day one of the launch of this project – to lead the market by delivering innovative solutions on a truly global scale,” says João Lima Pinto. , CEO of ITSCREDIT.
It may be recalled that after May’s participation in Toronto, Canada, at Collision, the fastest growing technology conference in Forbes in North America, ITSCREDIT’s CEO was among the six nominees for the ‘Executive of the Year’ award to be awarded by the Finovate organization, the world’s most prestigious financial-sector technology fair held in September in New York.
“We are already actively working from Canada, but it is our goal to strengthen our presence and grow our customer base in North American markets. We want to make our solutions known and position ourselves as a world reference player in software development for credit solutions “, reiterates João Lima Pinto.
Founded in 2018 as an ITSector spin-off, ITSCREDIT operates exclusively in the credit area, with products covering the areas of credit origination, credit simulators, credit recovery and corporate credit risk management.
At the same time, ITSCREDIT was also selected to appear in the Top 30 of the “Portugal Fintech Report 2019”, the largest study on the sector in Portugal. Recently presented in Lisbon, this annual report concluded that “the Portuguese ecosystem is moving at a rapid pace” and that “disruptive solutions created by Portuguese are capturing the interest of partners and investors as Portugal becomes a reference as a fintech hub “.
With a strong vocation to operate in foreign markets, ITSCREDIT has clients spread across the European and African continents. In Portugal, it collaborates with banking institutions such as Crédito Agrícola, Banco Montepio and BNI Europa.