Glia and MeridianLink® Partner to Improve Loan Origination with Digital Customer Service

Glia and MeridianLink® Partner to Improve Loan Origination with Digital Customer Service

August 27, 2020

NEW YORK, Aug. 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Glia, a leading provider of Digital Customer Service, today announced that it has joined forces with MeridianLink, a developer of multi-channel account opening and loan origination platforms, to bring Digital Customer Service to MeridianLink's bank and credit union clients.

By incorporating Glia's modern communications and collaboration platform into the loan origination process, customers can communicate with their institutions through their channel of choice, whether that's voice, messaging, video, or a combination of all three. Lenders can leverage advanced CoBrowsing to view customers' screens and solve problems in real time, often arming borrowers with the knowledge necessary to resolve roadblocks themselves in the future. The partnership will allow MeridianLink's bank and credit union clients to reduce friction, increase efficiencies and ultimately close more loans.

"We have digitized the loan origination process to make it easier for borrowers to complete themselves, but some will still have questions or need assistance," said Daniel Johnson, director of branch operations for NASA Federal Credit Union. "Setting it apart from providers we've previously worked with, Glia's platform allows us to bring the human touch into the digital domain and seamlessly transition between channels, resulting in a better overall member experience. Plus, because our representatives can see exactly what the member sees and where they are in the process through CoBrowsing capabilities, we are saving time and making member service more efficient."

Partnering with Glia will enable MeridianLink's financial institutions to provide a smoother, more convenient lending experience, eliminating the need for borrowers to waste time authenticating who they are and what their problem is. This practice will improve efficiency for the borrower and the financial institution, while simultaneously allowing the institution to foster a strong, personal customer experience.

"The need to digitally transform financial services, including how banks and credit unions approach customer service, has become increasingly apparent this year," said Dan Michaeli, co-founder and CEO of Glia. "Our technology provides customers with a level of continuity and choice that has not previously been available, leading to easier, more natural interactions between borrower and representative. Plus, call times are reduced, and representatives are empowered to help multiple borrowers at once. We are excited about partnering with MeridianLink—together, we are helping banks and credit unions lower costs, strengthen loyalty and carve out a strong competitive edge."

About Glia

Glia is reinventing how businesses support their customers in a digital world. Glia's solution enriches web and mobile experiences with digital communication choices, onscreen collaboration and AI-enabled assistance. Glia has partnered with more than 100 financial institutions, insurance companies and fintech providers across the globe to improve top and bottom-line results through Digital Customer Service. The company has won numerous awards for its innovation—most recently recognized by Gartner as a Cool Vendor for 2020. Visit glia.com to learn more.

About MeridianLink
MeridianLink, Inc., developer of the industry's first multi-channel account opening and loan origination platform, is a leading provider of enterprise business solutions for financial service organizations. The company's passion for excellence is reflected in its browser-based credit reporting, lending and new account opening/deposit technologies, which all enjoy solid reputations as being cutting edge, reliable and affordable. Based in Costa Mesa, California, MeridianLink is committed to creating smart solutions that deliver real value. For more information, visit https://www.meridianlink.com/.

NEW YORK, Aug. 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/

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