Exeter Finance will leverage a new partnership with software provider Nextworld to spur development of web-based digital applications, according to a company press release.
Irving, Texas-based Exeter last week signed a five-year contract with NuVerge – a software and tech firm – to use Nextworld’s technology. NuVerge is Nextworld’s formal reseller.
The nonprime financier will look to improve operational performance long term, with the help of both Nextworld’s platform and NuVerge’s industry experience, said Exeter Chief Information Officer Michele Rodgers. “Exeter wants service accountability and innovation from a software provider and software integrator that has forward-thinking solutions,” she noted in the release.
At a high-level, Exeter will design the aesthetic of the user template of the web-based application, and Nextworld will generate the application, NuVerge COO Bill Hylton explained. However, the specific uses and applications for Nextworld’s technology are up to Exeter. Broadly, Nextworld’s technology will assist Exeter with software deployment and the “automation of business processes,” the press release noted.
Nextworld’s technology, called Nextbot, does not require code to develop business applications. In fact, business analysts and executives can build applications without a technical background or knowledge of coding language. One-year-old NuVerge provides data management and cloud management solutions to clients, accelerating the transition away from legacy business software and systems.
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