Latvian Fintech inGain Raises €650,000 for No-Code SaaS Loan Management System


“inGain Raises €650,000 to Enhance No-Code SaaS Loan Management Solution”

Latvian fintech startup inGain has secured €650,000 in funding from investors including Trind VC, Fiedler Capital, the Latvian Business Angels network, and several individual business angels.

inGain specializes in providing a lending solution tailored for traditional and fintech lenders, SME lenders, crowdfunding platforms, and businesses outside the finance sector seeking to introduce and expand their lending and financial products.

Their no-code SaaS loan management system allows businesses to streamline operations without the need for extensive IT management. It caters to various loan types, including secured and unsecured installment and credit line loans, subscription services, rent-to-own options, and other fintech products. These services are accessible to consumers and businesses across different industries, both online and offline, with payment options available in cash or via transfer.

Armands Liseks, co-founder and CEO of inGain, shared an example of how their solution benefits businesses, citing a store chain in Switzerland that specializes in selling high-value musical instruments, particularly pianos. Liseks highlighted the flexibility of their platform, illustrating how businesses can offer leasing options to customers, providing them with greater choice and flexibility in payment methods.

With the newly acquired funds, inGain plans to finalize the development of a no-code self-service platform. This platform will empower any interested company to create a customized lending tool tailored to their products and specific requirements.

Reima Linnanvirta, a partner at lead investor Trind VC, expressed confidence in inGain’s product and team, emphasizing the comprehensive nature of their solution and the transformative potential of their no-code approach. Linnanvirta believes that inGain is well-positioned to disrupt the market and secure a significant share due to the outdated nature of existing solutions in the industry.