WeOwn platform as a service

The flexible way to offer business funding without up-front technology investment

Your brand, our technology

The critical difference between  WeOwn  and other business funding platforms is that we’ve built our technology from scratch – including our own blockchain and the underlying tokenization engine.

This enables us to offer a flexible ‘platform as a service’ integration model, creating the exact tools you require – in your own branding – to offer an additional digital outlet for your customer base.

How does the service  work?

While SMEs prefer to use our platform out-of-the-box, larger enterprises and partners tend to have specific requirements.

Our service-based model enables you to choose the platform features you want, customising its appearance with your own branding. You can either run the platform in-house, or outsource operational requirements to WeOwn.

In addition, we offer very lucrative and compelling partnership and affiliate programmes for any financial services institutes in need of modern digital and tokenization channels.

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In addition to white-labelled solutions, we offer partners the chance to earn commission by recommending our platform to your clients.

You will be compensated for every recommendation that signs up.

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