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Credit Checker is the most acclaimed tool for Salesforce users that automates the credit reporting workflow. It is developed by Cloud Maven, Inc., a Salesforce-certified ISV Partner and the recipient of the 2021 Salesforce Partner Innovation Award. When extending credit, most creditors check credit reports as part of their decision-making process. There are several reasons for this, but the most common is that it informs the creditor about the borrower’s likelihood of repaying the debt. Credit reports also assist creditors in determining whether the borrower has a history of making late or missed payments. They also want to know if the applicant is employed and if they have any outstanding Liens and Judgments. This solution enables creditors to learn about an applicant’s creditworthiness quickly. They can quickly obtain Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion reports to learn more about the applicant. Creditors can use Experian-Precise ID, OFAC reports, employment information, driving license, LnJ data, and credit histories to determine an applicant’s creditworthiness and ensure that all regulatory requirements are met. It gives applicants instant access to their FICO and Vantage scores. The agency can set and change rules based on business policies, and the app accepts or rejects applications based on the rules you specify. It eliminates the need for human involvement, saving both cost and time. The app includes a fully customizable and user-friendly dashboard for profiling. This helps with profile interpretation and monitoring. They can also sort profiles using the dashboard based on the applicant’s credit score, debt amount, name, employment status, or other credit information.

Furthermore, the app enables simple and scalable Salesforce integration in your workflow as a credit bureau connection API form. This app is available on Salesforce AppExchange for a free 30-day trial. Send an email to info@cloudmaveninc.com for any queries. Follow Cloud Maven, Inc. on LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube to learn more

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