Sparta Commercial Services launched a new equipment financing program designed expressly to meet the needs of small to mid-sized businesses throughout the U.S. Sparta is already known for its long-standing heritage within the Municipal Leasing Market.
The majority of Sparta’s clients, via its iMobile Solutions subsidiary, are the small-to-medium-sized businesses that represent its target market for equipment financing. This new program provides equipment financing to companies such as golf clubs to purchase new cart fleets, vehicle dealerships to purchase new service equipment and contractors to purchase and upgrade heavy equipment.
According to Anthony Havens, Sparta’s CEO, “Many of our products cross-pollinate throughout the small-to-mid-sized business sector and with our background in providing funding to municipalities, we felt that the next logical step was to deliver financing solutions to businesses across the country. We will offer an array of financing options and can also tailor design solutions as needed.
“We’re particularly enthusiastic about this program and fully expect that the equipment financing program will be an important part of our overall business strategy of identifying the needs of our customers and offering solutions that fit.”
Sparta Commercial Services, through its subsidiary, iMobile Solutions, is engaged in developing, managing, and servicing custom mobile apps for vehicle dealers from Harley-Davidson to John Deere, automobiles and RVs, restaurants, liquor stores, clubs and other businesses in 49 states and Canada. In addition to mobile apps, Sparta provides motor vehicle title history reports to dealers, insurance companies, credit unions and consumers. The company also offers nationwide vehicle and capital lease financing programs for municipalities.
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