South Australia, Australia
Other financial services
Service with Minor Environmental Footprint
Tiimely combines tech and people to simplify the complicated, automate the laborious and humanise the digital. Tiimely is a platform technology company that shares technology with people and industry to empower customers and business to make better financial decisions, whilst driving a stronger and more sustainable economy. Tiimely started in 2017 knowing that we wanted to be a force for good – with a mission to revolutionise the lending experience. Fast forward seven years, we're on the pursuit of seamless, extending our technology application across the vast landscape of the finance industry – lending responsibly, with purpose, and sharing that vision with others. We started by digitising a bank’s credit policy and created a series of data models to make lending recommendations for our human assessment team. Now, our proprietary technology is applicable across any financial services journey – so the entire industry can make decisions more responsibly, accurately and consistently. Living our values of Tiime to be transparent, Tiime to build good bonds, Tiime to take responsibility and Tiime to be human, we also know we have a role to play in driving better outcomes for our people, communities, and the planet - for this reason we’re proud to be B Corp Certified.
Overall B Impact Score
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