Supporting new revenues requires more than the will to achieve more. It requires capital. Cash reserves are a precious commodity when starting or expanding new customer engagement because upfront expenses outpace how quickly you can collect on new revenues early in the relationship. One of these upfront expenses is often equipment.
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Lease admins often find themselves confronting sales more often than collaborating with them. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are 4 tips to help make your partnership with sales more effective.
With technology playing an even more dominant role in just about every aspect of operations for businesses of all sizes, digital transformation is a more urgent topic of discussion than ever.
Sales teams often find that the selling strategies that worked in the past aren’t a good match for today’s business environment.
What’s meant to be an integrated experience for the customer is often held back by fragmented billing.
LEAF’s Nick Capparelli shares his thoughts on the most important factors office technology dealers will need to focus on in 2022 to ensure long-term success in the marketplace.
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How can the equipment finance industry empower women’s leadership? Michelle Speranza, LEAF SVP, Chief Marketing Officer, shares her personal story and the lessons she’s learned in her leadership journey.
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ASC executives, owners, and care providers face a transformational time, and what they do now will have major impacts on their competitive position for years to come. The convergence of new technologies with changing patient demands, evolving regulations, and shifting reimbursements make innovation more urgent than ever for surgery center leaders.