When the right technology meets the right people, incredible things can — and often do — happen. The launch of CuneXus was one of those scenarios. We built our technology to help people reach their goals — whether it’s to buy a car, fix up a house, get married, or send a kid to college. And we built it for the people who make all these goals possible: the lenders who support dreams and create trusted relationships within their communities.

Our one-click consumer lending strategy is mobile-ready and convenient, of course, but it’s also powerfully personal. We find highly qualified consumers where they are and proactively present solutions from a partner they already trust. Our technology gives consumers the confidence they need and lenders the efficiency they require to create meaningful results for all.


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Our History

CuneXus was founded by veterans of the financial services industry with the mission to transform and elevate the consumer lending process by developing the next generation of lending automation technology. The result was cplXpress, the first-of-its-kind lending platform launched in 2014 with the ability to offer account holders pre-approved “click-to-accept” loans through an always-on digital storefront. The company also made history the same year as the smallest company to present at Finovate and walked away with $1 million in new equity funding — setting CuneXus on the path to a successful Series A raise in 2016.

In a show of continued belief in the trajectory of the company, early investor CUNA Mutual acquired CuneXus in 2020. The move came as CuneXus was expanding its digital storefront through partnerships with industry and the introduction of new tools, including real-time credit monitoring. In its first decade, CuneXus created a new category in lending, and today helps over 200 financial institutions generate more than $20 billion in annual loan volume for more than 26 million consumers across the United States.

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