Maxus Capital Group Upgrades to ASPIRE from LeasePlus
FEB 13, 2020 - 6:50 am
LTi Technology Solutions completed the Maxus Capital Group’s implementation to LTi’s ASPIRE platform. Maxus Capital Group is an alternative source of funding to corporate companies outside of the traditional bank financing products.
Maxus Capital Group has been a customer of LTi’s since the day it opened its doors 28 years ago. Maxus was driven to move forward with the ASPIRE solution based on the simplicity to implement given their familiarity with LTi products and methodologies. The convenience of working with one partner for all solutions was a major driver as well. By upgrading to ASPIRE, they are now on one system that has the flexibility, updated functionality and automation to help make their day-to-day processes run more efficiently. Maxus and LTi worked seamlessly to have a smooth transition. Everyone was available which made for an effortless transition for the account managers, implementation, and IT.
Chris A. Di Lillo, Owner, and CEO of Maxus Capital Group expressed, “I have enjoyed working with both Randy and Russ from Day 1 to implement an end-to-end solution continuously improving Maxus’s efficiency and ability to meet our ever-changing client requirements. Our team has been very pleased with LTI’s support through this important transition.”
“LTi is proud to continue our long-time partnership with Maxus Capital to ensure the technology they utilize to run their business provides the most value possible,” said Randy Haug, Executive Vice President and Co-Founder of LTi. “Maxus is a well-respected leader in the industry. We are proud to have them as a long-time partner and are very pleased with the outcome of this implementation.”
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