NETSOL Technologies received the “First-Rate and Best Selling Finance and Leasing Solution Provider” award at the 2017 Annual China Leasing Summit for the fifth year in a row.
NETSOL Technologies received this recognition for being the most outstanding software solution provider to finance and leasing companies in China. As part of the overall evaluation criteria for the award, NETSOL closed several new deals during the year, provided tailored technology solutions to solve certain businesses’ unique problems and drove new business volume to further development within the Chinese market.
“Winning this award for the fifth consecutive year is a continued testament to the superiority of our products and services,” said Najeeb Ghauri, founder, chairman and CEO of NETSOL Technologies. “Time and time again, businesses select our products over the competition, a movement that has consistently gained momentum as we regularly evolve and enhance our products. Our continued success is a direct result of the constant reevaluation of our own goals as well as a singular focus on the value we provide our customers through our products and services.
“China is one of the major growth centers of the world especially with the increases in volume related to the asset finance and leasing industry. This incredible expansion offers great incentives for NETSOL to not only maintain our top position as industry leaders, but also to find opportunities to capture a larger market share in China.”
NETSOL Technologies is a worldwide provider of IT and enterprise software solutions primarily serving the global leasing and finance industry.
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