Established in 2018 by industry veterans and led by Founder and CEO William Verhelle, Innovation Finance serves large, creditworthy corporate and non-profit businesses in the U.S. with low-cost capital on an intuitive lending platform.
In their effort to better serve clients, Innovation Finance recognized that a new business model would best meet changing customer preferences and chose Odessa after evaluating the available lease and loan accounting technology landscape.
Odessa’s platform will allow Innovation Finance to:
Leverage Odessa’s business intelligence to support fast, data-driven decision making
Integrate accounting workflow automation into its new business model
Continuously innovate with Odessa’s rapid software development
“We are pleased to again partner with Odessa” said Verhelle. “With the team at Odessa, we are confident that we’ve found a technology partner who will be an integral part of our long-term business strategy.”
“We are thrilled to provide our fully-customizable, solution to support Innovation Finance’s industry-disrupting approach” said Jim Humphrey, senior vice president of sales, Odessa. “We have a strong relationship with Bill through his prior leadership of another customer company, and his active role in the equipment leasing and finance industry. We look forward to continue working closely with Bill and his team at Innovation Finance as a technology partner.”
Headquartered in Philadelphia, Odessa is a software company exclusively focused on the global leasing industry and is the developer of the LeaseWave software system and Odessa platform.
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