InfoLease 10.5, available on IDScloud or as an on-premise solution, combines functional richness and depth with an open and extensibility-focused architecture, enabling financial services firms to more easily configure and integrate the InfoLeasesolution across their ecosystems.
InfoLease 10.5 can process the most diverse and complex portfolios of financial products with an enhanced asset focus, associating thousands of assets to a single contract, to easily bill and collect at the asset level. Asset capabilities are available when and where needed in the lifecycle decreasing excessive processing that can lead to inefficiencies.
Key billing characteristics can also be seamlessly managed during contract setup and update. The ability to establish and update these characteristics simultaneously across many contracts increases the speed of accomplishing common tasks and minimizes the types of billing errors that may create a negative customer experience.
Infolease’s API-driven architecture was expanded with additional integration services, enabling the use of InfoLease’s business logic across enterprise business models and offering a single endpoint for efficient processing. User-configured fields can be added and displayed across hundreds of landing pages for enhanced usability.
“InfoLease continues to deliver the most functionally rich portfolio management solution in the industry,” said David Hamilton, CEO of IDS. “With an uncompromising focus on the development of deep and enduring relationships, IDS focuses its R&D investments toward capabilities that support the growth, efficiency and digitization strategies of our customers. This powerful new release is another example of IDS’ commitment to continued market leadership.”
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