In choosing LTi and its ASPIRE software solution, Key Equipment Finance found both a platform that fit its overall digital transformation strategy and a partner that aligns with it culturally. With ASPIRE, KEF is able to reduce disparate systems and improve organizational transparency and data accuracy, while reducing operating costs. The platform also provides flexibility and a depth of functionality that helps KEF increase operational efficiencies and support its diverse portfolio.
The LTi-KEF partnership has enabled both teams to invest in each other’s long-term success.
“The ASPIRE platform is helping KEF achieve strategic growth objectives while also addressing the challenges of legacy technologies,” said Adam Warner, president of Key Equipment Finance. “LTi went above and beyond with its technology expertise to offer a solution that supports our broader objectives of decreasing technology costs and increasing operational efficiency.”
LTi President Jeff Van Slyke added, “Even the best of projects have their challenges, and this could not have been a success without the teamwork and cross-organizational collaboration between the amazing employees at Key Equipment Finance and LTi. We look forward to a long partnership with KEF as it continues its digital transformation.”
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