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Posted by Tamarack in Tamarack News and Updates on 12/14/2021
Tamarack Technology continues the expansion of its professional services team with the addition of finance industry veteran Theresa Eichten.
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Posted by Dani Appleget in Perspectives on 12/1/2021
At the Annual ELFA Convention in San Antonio last month Scott Nelson moderated a panel on how millennials will shape the market over the next 30 years and how equipment finance businesses should be preparing for change. The panel was kicked off by an interview with well-known demographer, Kenneth Gronbach, and featured panelists: Zach Kimball, Jena Morgan, and Shea Huston.
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Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 10/25/2021
The fundamental role of empathy in innovation is not changing, but the tools we use to empathize with customers and employees are. Those who can learn and adapt in times of change will survive.
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Posted by Dani Appleget in Perspectives on 9/28/2021
We have entered the age of digitalization with no return in sight. Going digital is no longer a choice, it’s a necessity. In their recent presentation at the AACFB conference in Nashville, Tamarack’s Daniel Nelson and Leasepath’s Jeff Bilbrey dove into the realities of living in a digital finance economy.
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Posted by Tamarack in Perspectives on 9/21/2021
Many commercial finance companies consider themselves “relationship businesses.” The leaders of these companies often see digital transformation as a potential threat to the foundational relationships of the business. Scott Nelson, Chief Digital Officer at Tamarack Technology, explains how digital can extend and strengthen relationships while providing scale to businesses when considered in the right context.
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Posted by Timothy Appleget in Perspectives on 7/14/2021
As an equipment finance professional with more than 25 years of experience including more than 15 business acquisitions, I can tell you two things about a “seller’s market” – prices are going up and promises to management are going to be harder to keep. Buyers beware.
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