Inovatec to Exhibit at AFSA Conference in Las Vegas
MAR 3, 2022 - 6:09 am
Inovatec Systems, a provider of cloud-based loan origination, management and servicing solutions, will participate at the American Financial Services Association’s 2022 Vehicle Finance Conference and Expo, which is taking place March 7 through March 10 at the Bellagio Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. Inovatec will be located at Booth 27 throughout the exhibition and will showcase its integrated suite of automated lending solutions, including its LOS, LMS and customer portal offerings.
“The AFSA conference is a great opportunity for us to meet directly with lenders and show how our solutions can help them compete and succeed in a fast-changing marketplace,” Vlad Kovacevic, co-founder and CEO of Inovatec Systems, said. “The intelligent use of automation can increase efficiency and lower operating costs. We are eager to show how our solutions help prime and sub-prime lenders achieve key performance objectives by satisfying the specific needs of both dealers and consumers.”
Inovatec’s cloud-based solutions can be configured to support an array of workflows and processes. Its technology incorporates properties such as artificial intelligence powered optical character recognition scans that can facilitate document management capabilities, as well as an advanced analytics engine that enables lenders to proactively send out notifications and alerts when appropriate. Inovatec’s LOS and LMS platforms are each SOC 1 and SOC 2 compliant, ensuring that all data privacy and security mandates are supported.
AFSA attendees will also be able to obtain Inovatec’s white paper, “Automation – the Latest Weapon in the Modern Lender’s Arsenal.” The document examines the benefits that automated lending solutions can offer and incorporates real-world insights and experiences from companies like Zest, REV and TrueAccord to help lenders understand how cloud-based lending technology can improve their own performance.
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