Dext Supports Healthcare Community with Active Lending
APR 23, 2020 - 6:50 am
Dext Capital continues to play an active role as a lender during a critical time of need for healthcare providers. By providing necessary access to capital and liquidity to purchase necessary equipment and supplies, Dext allowed their healthcare clients to focus on protecting their communities from COVID-19.
Dext instituted an extensive contingency plan including a seamless transition to remote working and continues to have ready access to capital allowing them to not just be “open for business” but be a lender of choice.
Dext is currently working with partners to offer timely short-term financing solutions designed to provide access to beds and ventilators, and other innovative financial products to support healthcare providers.
“We recognize that our clients will emerge from this health crisis at a different pace and will continue to monitor this dynamic situation for ways to better support their needs”, said Kyin Lok, Dext CEO.
Dext has continued to build its team by adding three new team members in the last month, Cristal Finley, credit analyst; Parker Brown, salesforce app developer; and Cody Thompson, junior accountant. These additions demonstrate Dext’s commitment to provide much-needed financing to the healthcare community and continue its investment in technology forward solutions.
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