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The DigiFi LOS

Debating build vs. buy? Get the best of both with DigiFi.

DigiFi is the world’s first open-source loan origination system ("LOS"). We provide a comprehensive platform built as modular components, empowering originators to quickly deploy innovative lending solutions across a range of lending verticals, including consumer, residential, small business and commercial lending.

Built For Builders

We built DigiFi to address a major gap in the market – flexible loan origination technology for companies that want to build a unique and customized LOS or digital lending platform.

We work with lenders that view technology as a competitive advantage and want a unique platform - not the same cookie-cutter legacy LOS that their competitors are using. Our end-to-end solution can be quickly deployed as-is, and our platform provides unparalleled configurability, an open-API infrastructure and unlimited custom code-level extensions.

Why DigiFi?

We combine the benefits of buying an off-the-shelf system with the flexibility to quickly build an innovative LOS and digital lending platform.

  • Free to Use: Download, install and modify the entire platform for free
  • Powerful Capabilities: World-class lending capabilities with 45,000+ combined development hours
  • Tested & Documented: Substantial in-market performance with some of the largest lenders in the world
  • Highly Configurable: Unparalleled UI-based configurability plus unlimited code-level customizations
  • Flexible Deployment: Deploy to your cloud or on-premise servers, or leverage DigiFi's hosting
  • Support & Services: Excellent support plans and custom development services available, plus ongoing platform improvements powered by an open-source development community

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What's Next

In the next section, we'll discuss the key features of our open-source LOS.

Key Features

The DigiFi LOS

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