Linedata beefs up its Capitalstream product


Linedata has launched its the latest version of Linedata Capitalstream with the aim of providing a more intuitive user interface and the ability to find information and complete tasks quicker, saving users both time and money.

These enhanced user experience and usability features are now available out-of-the-box for both tablet and PC users.

In addition, a new self-service digital banking module, the Customer Self-Service Portal, is now available as a companion module. This module is designed to offer small business and commercial lending borrowers a channel to submit their financing requests directly to the bank through a secure, self-service website.

The Customer Self-Service Portal provides the functionality to apply for new credit, check the status of existing credit applications online, and upload required client loan documentation that is automatically posted to the Linedata Capitalstream system for use by lenders expediting application processing.

Bill Kramer, VP of product management at Linedata Capitalstream explained: “In order to continue to support ongoing and increasing regulatory requirements, Linedata has also introduced a new Compliance Business Intelligence Data Mart which provides a centralized data set of regulatory and compliance information for reporting and analysis.

“An updated and expanded Portfolio Monitor Module is also included in this release which allows the creation of bulk actions and the ability to create queries on key data fields to facilitate grouping customers, collaterals or core system booked loans that need further action.

“As a part of ongoing account maintenance and management, relationship managers often need to automatically identify and initiate actions and/or reviews across the portfolio at the customer level, the loan/lease level, and overall at the system administration level.

“To answer this need, the Portfolio Monitor Module supports executing actions in bulk across the entire portfolio or any defined subset of the portfolio.”

Kramer added: “At Linedata we are committed to improving the customer experience and staying ahead of the evolving regulatory environment by continually investing in product development and providing new features that meet our clients’ needs.

“We are very excited to announce the addition of the enhanced features in this release, including the Customer Self-Service Portal, and know that it is a huge step forward in helping our clients provide the best service and delivery to their end-users as well.”

Linedata is a globally recognized player in the lending and leasing industry assisting financial institutions with the development of their business worldwide. With over 450 professionals focused on lending and leasing, Linedata serves more than 130 institutions in 35 countries.