The right software, exceptionally delivered
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JurisTech (Juris Technologies Sdn Bhd) is a Malaysian Financial technology company that serves most major banks in Malaysia with their predictive artificial intelligence system, debt collection systems, loan origination systems, credit scoring systems, conveyancing and loan documentation systems.
JurisTech started off in 1997, during the Asian Financial Crisis, offering data mining and analytical tools that might help banks generate more sales. However, the company's initial offering of data mining services was not very popular, due to the rising bad debt during that period. The company then started offering credit management and litigation software. Their debt recovery software solution was a success, which resulted in JurisTech becoming an MSC Malaysia company in 2003.
In 2018, JurisTech became a finalist at IBM Beacon Awards in the Outstanding Open Innovation Solution category.
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