LTi Technology Solutions, a provider in equipment finance software solutions, had nearly 40 customers recently included on the 2020 Monitor 100. Every year, the Monitor publishes this exclusive list ranking participants according to categories such as market share, new business originations, portfolio size and forecasts.
Some of LTi’s customers that made the Monitor 100 include Peapack Capital, AP Equipment Financing and Key Equipment Finance. LTi streamlines the lease and loan transaction lifecycle for these customers and others through its ASPIRE platform.
“It has been an exciting three years for us at Peapack Capital. Partnering with LTi and using their ASPIRE platform positions our organization to be in the Monitor 100 for years to come,” Robert Cobleigh, president of Peapack Capital, said.
“The partnership with LTi and scalability of the ASPIRE platform has been instrumental to our success at AP Equipment Finance,” Chris Enbom, CEO of AP Equipment Financing, said.
“ASPIRE’s flexibility helps enable KEF to effectively handle the diversity in our portfolio and our partnership with LTi fuels KEF to continually evolve our technology and capabilities,” Jennifer Martin, SVP of leasing and vendor program support of Key Equipment Finance, said. “Both pieces are critical components as we continue to grow our presence on the Monitor 100.”
“Being on the list of Monitor 100 top companies is a significant benchmark in our industry,” Jeff Van Slyke, president and CEO of LTi, said. “We congratulate all of the organizations who were recently recognized and in particular our customers for this incredible achievement. It is an honor to be the trusted solution provider to these companies. At LTi, we firmly believe our success is derived from our customers’ success, so we are excited to see such strong representation in the Monitor 100 by LTi customers and look forward to the continued partnership.”
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