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Xertica is a digital transformation consulting company that reshapes business models and customer experiences to help Latin American companies lead in an ever-changing digital world. Since 2016, Xertica has been on a simple mission: lead latam companies into the process of digitalization. Our unique offer delivers a top management digital transformation proposal, with a lean startup model generating rapid solutions that contribute directly to revenue and business success.

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Roanoke County | July 06, 2020

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PYMNTS.com | January 27, 2020

In the wake of the financial crisis, banks’ pullback from small- to medium-sized business (SMB) lending yielded a flood of technology-driven players stepping in to fill the SMB credit gap. Entrepreneurs today have more choices than ever before as to how and where they access financing, but in many ways, that journey to capital hasn’t gotten any easier. According to Nav’s newly-appointed CEO Greg Ott, the current market sees an estimated $4 trillion in SMB debt origination each ...

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NABE | April 27, 2020

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