Currency Capital Partners with Sandhills to Offer Express Financing
JUL 28, 2017 - 7:05 am
Currency Capital agreed to provide Express Financing as part of an agreement with Sandhills Publishing, an information processing company based in Lincoln, NE. Sandhills is a provider of trade publications and corresponding websites that connect buyers and sellers across the trucking, agriculture, construction, heavy equipment, aviation and technology industries.
Express Financing presents significant opportunities for both equipment buyers and sellers; over 3,000 Sandhills customers have already opted into the program since its recent launch, setting a new record at Currency Capital.
Express Financing enables dealers to expedite loan approvals, simplifying financing for customers and streamlining sales transactions. Once the borrower’s information is submitted through the program, the Express team works quickly to compare each credit profile to over 40 different credit boxes, accommodate unique loan requirements, arrange financing, and expedite underwriting and the distribution of funds.
Buyers browsing equipment listings on Sandhills’ expansive online marketplaces can submit information through the Express Financing input fields directly from the listing. Dealers can also submit borrower information through the Sandhills Cloud, a suite of cloud-hosted business applications dealers already use to manage customers and inventory, value and market assets, and more.
“Currency offers the fastest, most accessible and reliable financing solutions available, with a keen understanding of the unique needs of equipment buyers and sellers in our core industries,” explains Sandhills’ director of New Products Evan Welch. “Working together makes these tools more accessible to our dealers and their customers, and furthers our commitment to facilitating sales transactions.”
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