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By Gina Ringgenberg in Government Posted August 29, 2019

Video: Payment plans to enable federal technology refresh

Government agencies are mandated to meet ever-increasing technology demands with unpredictable budgets. Using flexible FAR-compliant payment plans federal agencies can acquire the technology they need now despite unpredictable shrinking budgets. Our new video explains how.


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By Amy Thomas Posted August 23, 2019

Technology and rising costs top healthcare equipment trends

Two continuous threads—rising costs and transformative technology—weave through all of the major healthcare industry trends and issues detailed in a new report on U.S. healthcare and equipment acquisition by the Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation.


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By Amy Thomas in Industry Trends Posted August 2, 2019

Equipment finance reports show slowing growth

Equipment and software investment growth is likely to slow in 2019 to 3.9%, according to the 2019 Equipment Leasing & Finance U.S. Economic Outlook released earlier this month from the Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation. The forecast is down from a 4.5% expansion predicted in the Q2 update.


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By Amy Thomas in Thought Leadership Posted August 1, 2019

Key Equipment Finance leader shares vendor finance insight

Technological advances coming down the pipeline for the equipment leasing and finance industry will both challenge and bolster vendor finance relationships, if the predictions described in a recent vendor finance roundtable for The Monitor come to fruition.


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By Amy Thomas in Personnel Posted August 1, 2019

Lori Maxon named VP of Commercial Vendor Technology

Lori A. Maxon has been promoted to vice president of commercial vendor technology. In this role, Maxon will work closely with technology vendors to develop structured finance solutions for enterprise clients throughout the Northeast.


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By Amy Thomas in Thought Leadership Posted July 24, 2019

Article: Market disruption panel sharpens focus on future

The subject of “disruptors” has received much attention in the last few years, and for very good reason, says a new article by Key Equipment Finance's Michael Wood in the Equipment Finance Advisor.


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By Jeffrey Eades in Thought Leadership Posted June 29, 2019

Financing energy efficiency upgrades

Reducing energy costs is a major consideration for many businesses and government entities because lower energy costs translates into improved profitability and cash flow, and investments in sustainability can add significant value to assets, a topic explored in a recent article for MountainWest Capital Network's Utah Deal Flow.


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By Amy Thomas Posted June 25, 2019

Key expands leadership role for Jen Martin

Key Equipment Finance has promoted Jen Martin to vice president of leasing and vendor program support. In this role, Martin will oversee the newly-combined leasing programs and vendor performance teams, which includes the company’s NextGen project.


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By Amy Thomas in Community Posted June 20, 2019

Key volunteers help community keep waterways clean

With the help of volunteers from KeyBank and Key Equipment Finance during a recent Neighbors Make the Difference Day, the City of Westminster in Colorado is raising awareness of the essential need to keep the stormwater drain system free of pollution and contaminants.


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By Amy Thomas in Company News Posted June 5, 2019

Key executives take larger roles

Key Equipment Finance announced today that Shawn Arnone, Dave Lempko and Don Phillips have all assumed expanded leadership roles within the company.


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