Dext Capital launched DART (Dext Access Real Time,) a new portal for customers and partners to not only access their accounts but to submit applications, monitor their application status and review funding options.
“DART’s purpose is to accelerate leasing and financing to the healthcare community,” Steven Carnegie, chief technology officer of Dext Capital, said. “By providing seamless interactions between the healthcare provider, equipment vendor and Dext Capital, financing is streamlined so equipment can be delivered rapidly. From a features point of view, customers can not only apply online to ensure rapid processing and results, but they can also obtain quick quotes to understand monthly payments and access their lease and account information. For equipment vendors, they can easily send customized quotes, track progress, follow up on to-do’s and manage their portfolio. We are excited to offer this tool to the healthcare community.”
“Dext Access Real Time is a major step forward for Dext to allow customers and sources 24/7 ability to access competitive financing options for underserved medical and wellness providers,” Kyin Lok, CEO of Dext Capital, said. “As the industry’s premier healthcare lender, we’re excited to launch this new innovation that further sets us apart as an industry leader and provides the value for our customers and manufacturer partners that they’ve come to expect from Dext.”
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