Global finance technology company Solifi is celebrating a transformational year of growth in 2021, which saw the business bring together three leading companies, and has launched a new website showcasing its portfolio of solutions. The cloud-based company now serves more than 300 secured finance customers in the automotive, equipment, wholesale, and working capital finance markets.
In the past twelve months, Solifi added 15 new customers including a top 20 US equipment financing firm, five US commercial banks, and two UK banks. During one of the most disruptive business climates in history Solifi also completed 25 go-lives including a 14-country European rollout migrating four contract management systems into the open finance platform in seven months
Solifi CEO David Hamilton said: “Over the past year, we brought together three leading companies, which expanded our solutions portfolio to serve a global customer base of more than 300 firms under the Solifi brand. Our market-leading products give secured finance customers an advantage by enabling them to realize the full potential of their business. Solifi’s goal is to provide technology that helps our customers grow and help them serve their customers better.”
Solifi brings together IDS, William Stucky & Associates, and White Clarke Group. The company rebranded in January and has launched a new integrated website designed to enhance the connected customer experience.
The website offers customer-focused content addressing the critical problems facing secured finance lenders and educates them on how Solifi can support their growth. It has a searchable resource center for finance technology news, blog, eBooks, and success stories, and features a clean, minimalist design organized by secured finance customer type (automotive, equipment, wholesale, and working capital finance), and by products (originations, portfolio management, wholesale finance, lease and loan pricing, asset-based lending, factoring, vehicle data, and secured finance customer type (automotive, equipment, wholesale, and working capital finance).
Looking ahead, Solifi said that while 2021 served as a building year, 2022 is the year of opportunities, with investments planned in further developing meaningful customer relationships, online resources, and innovative fintech solutions built on a unified open finance platform.