Marlin Capital Solutions, AINA Wireless Create Financing Program
JUN 20, 2019 - 6:46 am
Marlin Capital Solutions and AINA Wireless, a communications company that develops Bluetooth speaker-microphones, entered into a partnership to provide financing options for AINA Wireless customers.
Marlin’s financing options will be available to commercial customers through its direct sales channel and authorized AINA Wireless distributors.
The new strategic alliance will enable customers to acquire AINA Bluetooth speaker-microphones that are financed through Marlin’s fast, convenient approval process. Customers will also benefit from Marlin’s extensive partner finance program and industry experience.
“AINA Wireless welcomes the partnership with Marlin. It will allow our commercial and municipal customers the ability to purchase more of the necessary equipment to run their business essential, communications systems. The finance program will allow our customers access to equipment financing, as well as working capital loans. We selected Marlin over all other finance companies due to their extensive industry experience and proven track record for developing creative solutions that will provide AINA a significant advantage in the marketplace,” said Maximillian Leroux, CEO of AINA Wireless.
“Marlin is excited to offer AINA customers lightning fast approval turn-around times and extraordinary customer service when it comes to their financing needs,” said Mark Scardigli, chief sales officer at Marlin. “We look forward to leveraging our broad expertise in creating equipment finance programs in the technology space that will positively impact the sales efforts of AINA Wireless.”
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