COVID-19 put a halt to the 2020 ELFA Convention, but that didn’t stop the industry from coming together to learn, network and laugh. ELFA Business LIVE! was an industry meetup for the record books.... read more
Government agencies operate nearly 1.2 million vehicles on roads nationwide. Bancorp’s Commercial Lending team explores the impacts of COVID-19 within this sector of the fleet leasing industry. ... read more
string(35) "Ludmila N. Praslova, Ph.D. SHRM-SCP"
string(70) "Professor and Director of Research, Graduate Organizational Psychology"
string(42) "Vanguard University of Southern California"
Taking the experiences of neurodiverse employees and customers into consideration can be vital to a company’s success. In an interview with Monitor, Dr. Ludmila Praslova explains what neurodiversity is and how to normalize it in a business setting.... read more
For equipment leasing companies to survive and thrive through the rest of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, they must fully embrace digital transformation. Mukul Mittal outlines the most important trends in financial technology and how equipment lessors can use them to improve all aspects of lease management. ... read more
The ELFA has been working to bring the issues of diversity, equity and inclusion into the awareness of its members. Over the last four years, the association has created its Women’s Council and Equality Committee, which were designed to increase DE&I in equipment finance. ... read more
True innovation and disruption can only happen when a company’s decision makers have diversity of thought. Deborah Reuben interviews two DE&I leaders about how inclusion creates innovation and how leaders must be willing to fail forward and learn from mistakes on their company’s journey to creating a culture of inclusion and belonging.... read more
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The equipment finance industry “owns the invoice,” putting lessors at the nexus for helping customers connect among a growing list of sectors. Scott Nelson details the steps necessary for defining the good, the bad and the ugly for invoice methods and techniques.
The global shortage of semiconductor chips has had far-reaching consequences spanning multiple industries. The supply chain is fragile, priority is given to those who need the chips most and incentives are projected to be low throughout 2022. This lesson in supply and demand is not all bad news, however, as Jeff Barron of Bancorp Bank details.