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Posted by Tamarack in Tamarack News and Updates on 1/24/2022
Tamarack Technology, Inc. has launched its artificial intelligence (AI) offering. Tamarack.ai is a business intelligence and productivity platform that applies machine learning and AI to continuously and autonomously help institutions reduce capital risk through analysis and learning gained from operational data.
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Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 11/9/2021
I had a great experience at the 2021 ELFA Annual Convention in San Antonio. One part of that great experience was learning more about what others were doing across the equipment finance ecosystem. As a technologist and thought leader, I am always on the lookout for ways that others are changing the business or changing the way they use technology to improve their business.
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Posted by Tamarack in Tamarack News and Updates on 9/6/2021
Two Twin Cities-based companies that help banks and other entities manage their lease portfolios — IDS and Tamarack Technology — are teaming up to support the digital transformation of the equipment finance industry.
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Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 8/25/2021
“Put the customer first” is a business fundamental as old as the occupations of baker, brewer and candlestick maker. But our relationships with customers have changed dramatically since the time of town square markets. Thanks to exponential technologies like the Internet, social media, software-as-aservice and the Internet of Things (IoT), change is accelerating dramatically and the world of equipment finance is no different than other industries. We too are having to keep up with change and one could even say we have been behind given our anxiety around fintechs, cybercurrencies and new ecommerce competitors.
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Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 5/27/2021
The harsh reality of Internet & enterprise software-based business models is that one scales exponentially and the other scales only as fast as the company can develop a relationship with each customer. But knowing your customers needs and meeting those needs is a fundamental of any business. So how does one succeed independent of relationships-by-name? The answer to this paradox can be found in three key principles in the practice of SaaS business models.
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