LTi Technology Solutions (LTi) announced that Dext Capital is the 100th customer on the ASPIRE platform in the LTi Cloud. Dext Capital is an independent lessor serving the healthcare industry’s lending needs.
In choosing its ideal software solution, Dext found it vital to find a platform that fit with their broader technology investments and could grow with their future needs. It was also important that they partnered with a provider with a proven reputation and functional features set that could meet their quick deployment needs.
Steven Carnegie, Dext Capital CTO, said, “Technology is a critical part of Dext Capital’s commitment to be the industry leading, independent healthcare finance company. We chose ASPIRE because of its capabilities and integration options, as well the LTi reputation as a hardworking partner. Both these have proven true throughout the customization and launch process. We wanted to move with a nimble and aggressive timeline and LTi was able to stay with us throughout implementation.”
LTi knew early on from the initial discussions with Dext Capital that it was going to be a great partner. While looking at their company as a whole, it was very apparent they had an experienced team to launch their business.
“LTi is proud to partner with Dext Capital on this mission-critical project,” said Randy Haug, executive vice president and co-founder of LTi. “The success of this go-live implementation was truly a joint effort. Knowledge was transferred seamlessly, which could not have been a success without the teamwork and cross-organizational collaboration between the amazing employees at Dext and LTi. The collaboration with all parties involved in the project, worked together in perfect harmony.”
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