Onset Financial completed a $5 million funding for a multi-billion-dollar healthcare organization — and did so in less than a week.
This transaction covers medical equipment for more than a dozen hospitals in several different states.
“We literally worked around the clock in order to provide funding in such a short timeframe,” said Executive Vice President of Sales Matt Burrows. “The people working behind the scenes here at Onset are the best in the business and our customer was quick to point that out as the transaction progressed.”
“The saying ‘It takes a village’ rang so true with this transaction – every person involved worked diligently together to achieve the near impossible,” said Kristina Allen, executive vice president of Operations. “We were a team in every sense – united and invested in achieving a common goal.”
Processing the information and getting funds out the door so fast would not have been possible without Onset’s operations team working through the invoices, working with the vendor, all while putting together master lease documentation.
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