Sileon expands product line and opens a Trial Account for self-onboarding
In line with a growing pipeline of new potential international customers, the demand for testing Sileon’s BNPL SaaS product has dramatically increased. Sileon, therefore, expands the product line and offers a Trial Account for potential customers wanting to get hands-on experience using Sileon’s card-based BNPL SaaS Platform.
Once qualified for a Trial Account, users will be able to explore all features of Sileon’s BNPL SaaS Platform, as well as get an overview of the integration and transaction patterns. Users can try the product for 14 days. During this period, users will gain full access rights to the Sileon Portal and be able to create and tailor an unlimited number of BNPL products to meet their specific market needs.
The Trial Account supports enterprise customers’ demand for understanding Sileon tech in detail and enables Sileon’s card-based BNPL for an international market of smaller card-issuing fintechs.
“Providing a Trial Account for a BNPL tech product with the possibility for self-onboarding is rare. We are certain that once skilled CPOs, Product Managers, and Solution Architects try our card-based BNPL functionality, they’ll realize its massive potential,” says Bahareh Zand, CPO at Sileon.
For more information, please contact:
Bahareh Zand, CPO, Sileon AB
Phone: +46 700 902 873
David Larsson, CEO, Sileon AB
Phone: +46 725 502 306
Sileon AB (publ) is a global fintech company that offers an innovative card-based Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) SaaS functionality to banks, card issuers and fintechs. With Sileon’s BNPL product, customers can add BNPL to their existing credit or debit card base and run their B2B or B2C BNPL business in-house. Sileon operates in a fast-growing international market with an estimated transaction volume of $680 billion globally by 2025. Sileon is listed on the Nasdaq First North Growth Market and has approximately 50 employees at its headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden. The company’s Certified Adviser is Erik Penser Bank.