Unqork's no-code platform enables its public sector customers to accelerate the development of complex, mission-critical applications, allowing them to launch new, high-quality software faster and at a lower cost than traditional coding methods.
FREMONT, CA: Unqork, the leading enterprise no-code platform, has entered into a partnership with Indelible Solutions, a national management consulting and advisory firm. Customers of Unqork will benefit from Indelible's expertise in grants administration, case management, and community engagement as a result of the collaboration, allowing them to maximize the potential of software built on Unqork's no-code platform. The collaboration will address a wide range of public-sector use cases, beginning with an effort to assist states in administering the US Treasury's Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF), which provides up to $9.96 billion in assistance to the country's most vulnerable homeowners.
The collaboration will assist in addressing many of the challenges that public sector agencies frequently face when launching new software and public initiatives. Unqork's no-code platform enables its public sector customers to accelerate the development of complex, mission-critical applications, allowing them to launch new, high-quality software faster and at a lower cost than traditional coding methods. Customers will enhance the potential of new products and ensure that initiatives reach residents in need of assistance with Indelible's end-to-end program management expertise.
Indelible and Unqork will offer comprehensive program administration, community outreach, and application review to make sure benefits are quickly deployed to eligible residents in order to streamline and boost HAF distribution. States will be able to quickly validate identity, income, residence, and financial relief sought using a custom application, all within a detailed case review interface. This solution integrates easily into the mortgage lender ecosystem, all while remaining compliant with US Treasury Monthly and Quarterly Reporting requirements and other funding sources.