NETSOL Technologies launched LeasePak Cloud, an all-inclusive cloud-based asset leasing and lending solution, with MotoLease. In conjunction with the launch, NETSOL will be hosting the application in the Microsoft Azure cloud environment.
“Our upgrade to NETSOL’s LeasePak Cloud on Azure is a game-changer,” said Emre Ucer, managing partner and co-founder of MotoLease. “With nearly 10,000 active contracts and an increasing number of business users on our system, MotoLease needed to ensure we had both the right infrastructure as well as enterprise-class features to maintain our high standards and close relationships with our customers. We look to benefit greatly from NETSOL’s technology, which will provide MotoLease with a competitive edge as we focus on innovation and our enterprise capabilities.”
Jeffrey Bilbrey, NETSOL Technologies Americas’ president, added, “MotoLease has experienced amazing growth, and we are proud to be a part of their success story. We believe MotoLease has made a significant advancement in moving to our LeasePak Cloud and managed services. With NETSOL’s help, MotoLease will now be able to focus on deploying more cutting-edge capabilities, while we manage their product and hosting services.”
LeasePak Cloud, NETSOL’s end-to-end portfolio management solution for the asset finance industry, combines a new user-interface with a modern architecture and a quick-start cloud deployment.
NETSOL prompted the recommendation for MotoLease to pursue this upgrade to LeasePak Cloud with managed services after seeing a dramatic growth of the company’s portfolio and operational volumes since the original implementation of LeasePak in 2013.
“This implementation is further proof that LeasePak Cloud will transform the greater finance and leasing industry,” Bilbrey said. “We are incredibly optimistic about the growing support for LeasePak Cloud in the Americas as well as the overall NETSOL suite of offerings.”
MotoLease is a technology-based, privately held specialty finance company exclusively serving the power sports market.
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