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For over 25 years, Zoot Enterprises has been a global provider of advanced origination, acquisition, and decision management solutions.

Zoot Enterprises Shares 4 Trends Shaping the Origination Landscape

Increasing access to data is driving growth in credit cards and auto loans while lenders fight for new deposits

Zoot Enterprises Named To Credit & Collections Power List – Zoot Makes ‘Top 20 Companies in 2019’

“Zoot strives to constantly benchmark and innovate based on our clients’ needs, and we invest significant resources to ensure our products and services are the latest and the greatest. The inclusion in the Power List is a testament to this.”

Zoot Enterprises Wins “Best Technology Partner” At 2019 Lending Awards

Award Recognizes Vendor Excellence in Risk, Regulation and Compliance

Why Fintech Is Disrupting Traditional Banking

Fintechs are growing rapidly. Their range of offerings and number of customers are expanding as they target the pain points that clients experience with traditional banks.

Let’s Get to Work – Zoot Solutions

We’re the 25 year old Fintech.

Montana Career Opportunities – Solutions Developer, Database Administrator , Service Desk Technician, Systems Administrator and more… – Zoot

No Suits, Montana Roots At Zoot, our employees are committed to providing the best decisioning engines for the largest financial institutions in the world. Zooters are also committed to passions outside the company – family,…

Is Your Bank Putting Customers First? Zoot’s Finance Frontier Podcast

We’re talking with First Interstate Bank out of Montana, which is a shining example of one bank that is getting it right when it comes to customer experience.

Zoot Podcast – Bullish on Banking

Now as the golden window for banking.

Would You Use Alexa for Banking?

Hear about dealing with Amazon, the pros of voice banking, and the journey towards widespread consumer adoption of the new feature.

Big Sky Economic Development aiming to buy downtown building

Zoot Enterprises, a multi-million dollar credit information analysis company started by Montana native Chris Nelson, knocked $750,000 of the purchase price of the building, effectively donating the amount to BSED.