LTi provides an end-to-end equipment finance lifecycle management platform. LTi’s professionals identify challenges and constraints, which enables ASPIRE, the company’s equipment leasing software platform, to propel companies forward. ASPIRE manages a contract from lead management through termination. LTi’s goal with its architecture is to empower banks, captives and independent lessors of all sizes.
As a member of the ELFA, LTi joins forces with other companies in the equipment finance sector. The association’s 575 members include independent and captive leasing and finance companies, banks, financial services corporations, broker/packagers and investment banks, as well as manufacturers and service providers.
Ralph Petta, president and CEO of the ELFA, congratulated LTi on achieving 30 years of membership and thanked the company for its participation in and many contributions to the association and industry.
“Since its founding in 1961, ELFA has united the equipment finance industry under one umbrella to learn, do business and advocate for equipment finance and its important role in the U.S. economy,” Petta said. “Over the years, member companies have evolved and innovated to meet changing customer needs. This speaks to the strength and resilience of our industry as it equips American businesses to succeed and prosper. We congratulate all the companies celebrating milestone membership anniversaries in 2021, which also happens to be ELFA’s 60th anniversary.”
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