Jeffrey Bilbrey has joined Leasepath, a provider of customer engagement, originations and process automation technology to the asset finance and leasing industry, as chief executive officer.
Bilbrey brings more than 20 years of enterprise software product strategy and global leadership to Leasepath. In his role, Bilbrey will lead the team through growth unprecedented in the company history, and through size and territory expansion efforts.
Bilbrey joined Leasepath after previously serving as president of Netsol Technologies where he serviced global tier-1 customers and startups, and prior to that as a board of directors member for Netsol. Before that, he held senior leadership roles with software providers in the broader financial services industry.
“Bilbrey’s market-facing experience and steadfast resolve to put customers first is exactly what Leasepath needs and our customers deserve,” stated Steven Sadgrove, Leasepath founder. “Bilbrey has led global product expansion with disruptive ideas and technologies in the past, and that’s what is happening at Leasepath today. He brings solid connections with the relevant industry groups, as well as experience with financial management and funding. I am delighted to welcome him to the Leasepath family as our new CEO.”
Bilbrey said, “I’m honored to be given the opportunity to lead and work with such a talented team. Leasepath has proven itself resilient and very capable. With clients on 2 continents already, Steve and the entire Leasepath team have done an amazing job. The team is focused on continuing a strong growth trajectory by adding more products and services to the already robust feature-set, building deeper value for new and existing customers. Leasepath also delivers full-solution deployments in weeks instead of months or years. I am confident we will disrupt an industry full of legacy systems, see solid growth, and most importantly enable our customers to compete and win with best-in-class products for years to come.”
Leasepath is disrupting the landscape of asset finance technology with its highly configurable SaaS solution built on the Microsoft Dynamics Cloud platform, and partner-based approach to implementation.
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