Founded in 2016, Korea Credit Data stands as a prominent SMB-enabling platform in Korea, catering to a substantial base of two million small and medium-sized merchant users via its comprehensive merchant-enabling ecosystem. It offers a diverse array of solutions including store management, facilitation of financial services, B2B marketplace, payment enablement, merchant credit ratings and robust data analytics, among others. Its flagship product, ‘Cashnote’ is a super-app that provides dashboard, financial services, marketplace and serves as the community platform for Korean merchants.
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