1. Make BI from SBA data accessible to the masses
Harness SBA lending big data for the masses so that it is easy to access and fun to use.
2. Increase SBA loan activity through awareness
Contribute to increased awareness of the SBA program and availability to business owners and startups.
3. Encourage SBA lender participation
The strategic intel now available may encourage banks that have dipped their toe into SBA lending to stick their foot in next.
4. Narrow the lending inequality gap
Embolden smaller SBA volume lenders with the roadmaps to SBA lending success that top lenders are trailblazing.
5. Change how top rated lists are created and utilized
Make it easy to view the top rated of anything for anywhere for any time period, in any combination.
6. Enable benchmarking through insightful comparisons
Make it easy to compare industries, lenders and franchise brands for a multitude of variables to each other, to Top Lender Index Averages, and through Risk Rank Scoring.
7. Improve risk assessment with multiple perspective default data
Make it easy to access the number and amount of charge offs, and the corresponding percentages, by any combination of NAICS code, loan amount tier, geography, or franchise brand, based on historical, trending and forecasted activity.
8. Diminish the SBA approval differential dilemma
While the SBA is the same for all, SBA lenders differ in policies, focus, experience and qualifying criteria. This contributes to borrowers that may be rejected by one SBA lender getting approved by another. SBADNA seeks to diminish the SBA approval differential dilemma that is so detrimental to small business owners.
9. Provide data that results in more informed conclusions and better decisions
Make SBA BI easy to access and utilize for small business owners, lenders, franchisors, investors, analysts, and others associated directly and indirectly with SBA lending.
10. Make meaningful contributions to SBA ecosystem solutions
We love the SBA program and developed SBADNA as fintech that enables capabilities previously unavailable to provide needed solutions that previously did not exist, for about everyone connected to the SBA lending ecosystem.