Micah Group announces rebrand and product refresh

The revitalized branding reflects the company’s growth and declares its future vision

Micah Group today introduced a new brand platform that includes mission and vision statements, as well as an updated logo, identity and website. The new branding is intended to convey the company and product’s evolution, while reaffirming its plans for the future.

Micah™ is the intelligent lending platform for fast, efficient credit decisions, enabling lenders to save time and scale cost-effectively. The platform turns the weeks-long application process into days or minutes with automated spreading and credit memos.

Covid-19 accelerated the inevitable digital transformation for banks. With greater demand for our technology, we’ve spent the last year improving Micah and growing our team. Our branding now reflects that, and it will help us preserve our culture as we continue to expand.

Justin Bjerkaas

– CEO & Founder

CEO and founder Justin Bjerkaas said, “Covid-19 accelerated the inevitable digital transformation for banks. With greater demand for our technology, we’ve spent the last year improving Micah and growing our team. Our branding now reflects that, and it will help us preserve our culture as we continue to expand.”

Additionally, the Micah user interface is now refreshed to reflect the new identity. The platform also features upgrades to document capture, credit memo automation and policy customization. Existing customers will continue to receive the same functionality and service they have come to rely on, under a new brand with greater accuracy and a more intuitive interface.

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As the company continues to expand, Micah Group will add capabilities for a variety of lenders with the vision of creating a new standard for borrowers, where lending is focused on relationships and people — not paperwork and documents.