Two Tamarack Clients Go Live with Loan/Lease Origination Accelerator


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Tamarack Consulting, an independent software solutions provider for the equipment finance and commercial lending industry, took two of its new clients live on Salesforce its proprietary Loan/Lease Origination Accelerator.

With more than 40 Salesforce clients utilizing the Loan/Lease Origination service, Tamarack recently added K2 Capital Group and Madison Capital to its growing list of clients that launched through the Loan/Lease Accelerator and are now processing leases and loans via Salesforce.

“Utilizing the Tamarack Loan/Lease Accelerator we can now take advantage of beneficial technologies and marketplace apps,” said Nancy Pistorio, president of Madison Capital. “We were able to fully integrate with our legacy back-end and give our sales and front office the tools they needed to allow them to succeed.”

“Our existing software was becoming antiquated and we were looking for a software system that could scale at the rate that we’re growing,” said Stephen Alpeter, chief operating officer at K2 Capital Group. “Tamarack’s team was able to deliver a customized solution that will allow us to grow our existing business and also grow into new product verticals.”

Through the Loan/Lease Accelerator clients are able automate any function in the leasing/lending origination lifecycle, allowing lenders to focus their efforts on true value-added tasks.

“Salesforce.com continues to be a major disruptor in lending and leasing software,” said Kristian Dolan, owner and solution architect at Tamarack. “By utilizing our Loan/Lease Accelerator, our clients are able to reap the benefits of our proven implementation processes, products, and experienced team to implement an unparalleled solution within the industry.”

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