LTi Technology Solutions added Robert Taylor as its new UK Country Manager to help further its expansion throughout the UK and Europe.
With more than 240 customers, LTi brings the industry’s most trusted technology for cloud-based solutions through its full lifecycle equipment finance software platform, ASPIRE. The UK and Europe are critical growth areas for LTi, and Taylor will be a powerful advocate for LTi’s best-in-class technology solutions.
“I am delighted to join LTi at this very important time in their expansion,” Taylor said. “I am looking forward to showing the UK and European marketplace the full range of what LTi can do to help equipment finance companies boost sales, reduce costs, and increase operational efficiency.”
Taylor has an extensive background managing banks, lessors, manufacturers, and brokers, including the transition of a brokerage firm to becoming a lessor. He brings an entrepreneurial spirit to LTi, as well as an in-depth understanding of the challenges facing lessors today. He is well-positioned to advise current and prospective LTi customers to help them thrive in this evolving industry.
“With our growing presence in the UK and European markets, Robert is going to be a pivotal asset for LTi,” said LTi’s Senior Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer, Bryan Hunt. “Robert’s wealth of knowledge and experience in this industry along with his understanding of the challenges that lenders face will be instrumental in helping companies see the value that LTi and its ASPIRE platform can bring to their business. We are very excited to have Robert on board.”
LTi Technology Solutions, formerly LeaseTeam, delivers software and services to equipment finance companies throughout North America and the UK from its Omaha, NE headquarters.
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