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Investec Asset Finance installs NetSol LeaseSoft system

15 June 2006  |  3231 views  |  0 Source: NetSol Technologies

NetSol Technologies, Inc., a developer of proprietary software applications and provider of information technology (IT) services, today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, NetSolCQ, has successfully implemented and deployed a customized LeaseSoft solution for Investec Asset Finance, a global specialist banking group that provides a diverse range of financial products and services throughout the United Kingdom, South Africa and Australia.

"Given the wealth of industry expertise at NetSolCQ, we selected LeaseSoft as the best in class vendor finance solution best suited to give Investec a fast start and help differentiate our broker services," commented Phil Ross, Head of Vendor Finance at Investec Asset Finance. "The NetSolCQ team delivered an outstanding solution, on time and on budget, and has taken a true partnership approach to making our business a success."

Mike Francis, Head of Investec Asset Finance, added, "We believe the LeaseSoft solution will drive economies of scale for our asset business and provide a scaleable platform for the future."

"When considering how best to integrate the complete finance sales cycle, technology can now enable new and established systems and processes to be seamlessly integrated," said Graham Tarrant, NetSolCQ Director and NetSol Technologies Chief Product Architect.

The customized LeaseSoft implementation included a web portal and interface for business partners and remote users, enhanced with functionality for real-time tracking of the new business process and back-end reporting.

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