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Union Equipment Finance Upgrades to LeaseTeam’s ASPIRE v5

March 29, 2017, 07:05 AM
Filed Under: Industry News
Related: LeaseTeam

LeaseTeam announced that Union Equipment Finance, LLC., a wholly owned subsidiary of Union Bank & Trust, has selected ASPIRE as its end-to-end lease and loan management platform.

As current LeasePlus and ASPIRE v4 users, Union Equipment Finance, LLC has always focused on customer satisfaction and solution oriented products. In an effort to improve their customer service, they decided to seek out an equipment finance solution that would provide them with a seamless integration from the beginning of a transaction to the very end.

Leasing and Financing Officer, Brenda Greenfield said, “When researching complete software solutions, we found that ASPIRE v5 would provide us with an end-to-end solution that allowed us to maintain the personal service of a small company, but still provide the product menu of a large corporation. With this upgrade, we can have all of our leases and loans in one system, with the ability to expand our functionality in the future.”

“We are proud to continue working with such a great company,” said Jeff Van Slyke, president at LeaseTeam. “We look forward to working alongside Union Equipment Finance as they expand upon their already impressive level of success, both today and well into the future.”

Founded in 2003, Union Equipment Finance and Leasing provides professional, flexible, and innovative equipment financing solutions for businesses. They are a subsidiary of Union Bank & Trust Company, which was established in 1917 and has been a family owned business for the past 52 years. As the third-largest privately owned bank in Nebraska, it has set itself apart by providing financially diverse services to not just Nebraska residents, but also several counties in Kansas.

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