The Power of Connected Assets: What Equipment Finance Leaders Need to Know Monitor Conference Series

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The Power of Connected Assets: What Equipment Finance Leaders Need to Know

Monitor is excited to announce our next livestream, “The Power of Connected Assets: What Equipment Finance Leaders Need to Know”! We are more connected than any other time in history. And that connectivity continues to mature exponentially. In fact, 90% of the world’s data was created over the past two years. We are now living in the early stage of what is known as Industry 4.0 or the fourth wave of the industry. And, unlike its predecessors, this fourth stage of the industrial revolution knows no boundaries. It’s evolving at an exponential rate rather than a linear pace. One example of Industry 4.0 that we can all relate to is what the market calls IoT – or the internet of things. There’s a growing network of internet-enabled and connected devices that we use every day: mobile devices, fitness trackers, security systems, refrigerators, farm machinery, automobiles, etc.

Topics covered:

  • The power of connected assets, IoT and machine learning to shift the future of equipment finance
  • What equipment finance lenders need to know to get ahead of the pace of change

Tuesday, May 24, 2022

1:00 pm – 2:30 pm EST

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Ray Wizbowski
Chief Marketing Officer at Solifi

With senior roles at Entrust Datacard and Gemalto, Wizbowski has more than 20 years of experience in the financial services, security and enterprise markets.


Tom Lyle
Global Chief Operating Officer at Marlin Capital Solutions

As global chief operating officer at Marlin Capital Solutions, Tom Lyle is responsible for overseeing and increasing digitization and optimizing operating efficiencies across the platforms, including developing shared servicing centers for their middle- and back-office operations. Lyle has held a variety of senior operational and industry positions over the past two decades. He most recently served as general manager of global leasing at Xerox Corporation, which managed more than $3 billion of global leasing assets. He received his bachelor’s degree from Cal Poly Humboldt and his MBA from New York University.


Eldon Richards
Chief Technology Officer at Solifi

Eldon Richards is responsible for the company’s overall technology strategy, direction and execution. He has extensive experience in forming teams that excel at swiftly responding to market technology needs and continuously improving quality. Richards joined Solifi from Recondo, where he served as Chief Technology Officer. At Recondo, Richards managed the company’s SaaS offerings and led innovation with artificial intelligence and natural language processing. Previously, he led product development and technology teams across the enterprise at PatientPoint, UnitedHealth Group and Optum. Richards’ career at UnitedHealth Group and Optum spanned 18 years, including leading worldwide teams that developed groundbreaking products such as Optum’s Enterprise Computer Assisted Coding, and successfully deployed hundreds of production releases every year. Richards holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science from the University of Utah, an MBA from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota, and graduate certificates in management and technology from Stanford University and the Washington University in St Louis.


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