Creating value for attendees a top priority LeaseTeam's Users' Conference
OMAHA--LeaseTeam, Inc. recently held its annual Users’ Conference in downtown Omaha, Neb. The three-day event was open to LeaseTeam clients and prospective business partners alike, and reinforced the Company’s commitment to building partnerships and providing an exceptional customer experience.
Attendees were invited to join interactive sessions relating to the ASPIRE platform and its functionality, as well as participate in roundtable discussions following each session. The roundtable discussions gave attendees the opportunity to not only provide targeted, session-specific feedback, but also offer input on future LeaseTeam functionality as it relates to their individual businesses.
Additionally, LeaseTeam employees were available to answer any questions and meet one-on-one with attendees to provide a more individualized experience.
“The sole focus of our Users’ Conference is to provide value to our attendees. You would think that would be common sense, but I’m constantly surprised by the stories I hear where that isn’t the case,” said Randy Haug, co-founder and executive vice president at LeaseTeam. “Our conference provides educational sessions based on our users’ input and it creates a great environment for open communication. One of my favorite things about the conference is listening to our users ask questions of each other and share their own experiences. It’s a great way for us to stay in touch with our customers and what they’re experiencing in the industry.”
LeaseTeam, Inc. is a market-leading software and business solutions company serving over 250 financial organizations throughout North America and the United Kingdom. With over 25 years of experience and expertise in the equipment finance and leasing industry, its innovative technologies continue to streamline lease and loan processing for users. LeaseTeam’s ASPIRE™, an end-to-end lease and loan management platform, allows businesses to stop talking about front- and back-end processes, and start talking about managing the total transaction lifecycle—from a single system.