LTi Technology Solutions Supports Local Communities & Customers Affected by COVID-19
MAR 31, 2020 - 6:35 am
LTi Technology Solutions is working in a diligent and focused fashion to ensure it continues to provide essential services to its customers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Likewise, LTi is working to do its part by ensuring the safety of its employees, striving to protect the health and well-being of the communities in which they operate, and providing technology, tips and resources to its customers.
In response to COVID-19, statewide guidance has resulted in school closings to reduce community interaction. LTi understands this presents new challenges to local families in Omaha and Kansas City, who are struggling to provide food to their families.
Because of this, LTi started a virtual food drive at the Food Bank for the Heartland in Omaha, NE and The Harvesters Community Food Network in Kansas City, MO. Employees were able to virtually select items to donate and make online monetary donations. LTi proudly matched every dollar employees donated, bringing the total donation to $7,400.
LTi is also working in a collaborative fashion with its customers to provide solutions to the unique challenges they are facing in today’s environment.
Bryan Hunt, SVP and CRO said, “As LTi keeps a close eye on the impact the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is having on the equipment finance industry, we’re continuing to explore the best ways we can support our customers, meet their changing needs, and minimize disruptions to their business during this challenging time.”
Last week, LTi released its new online HUB to help build a community around its products and services while collaborating with other ASPIRE and LeasePlus users. The HUB offers customers new features and how-to videos to better adapt to the challenges they’re facing in light of COVID-19 – allowing their employees to remain productive and connected. An online forum also opens a channel of communication between LTi experts and their customers.
Jeff Van Slyke, president and CEO expressed, “While ‘business as usual’ might seem like an impossibility for now, the team at LTi has been 100% remote for the last two weeks. We continue to strive to protect the health and well-being of our team and the communities in which we operate yet are fully operational and actively partnering with our customers to assist in overcoming the challenges that COVID 19 presents to their business.
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