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Posted by Tamarack in Tamarack News and Updates on 10/3/2023
Monitor checked in with four technology leaders to learn more about how AI is impacting the industry and which technology is table stakes today. They also share one vital message for equipment finance leaders.
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Posted by Scott Nelson & Tim Appleget in Perspectives on 3/7/2023
Billy Bean and Paul DePodesta changed baseball forever by trading a human judgment-led approach for a data-based strategy that propelled the Oakland A’s to a 20-game winning streak. Scott Nelson and Tim Appleget from Tamarack Technology explore the ‘Moneyball Moments’ available to equipment finance through the use of data and analytics.
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Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 12/27/2022
One of the oldest and most common business plans in equipment finance is the broker-to-lessor transformation and goes like this: establish one’s brand as a finance broker, build customer and lender relationships, grow the business to the point where one can secure funding for the paper and become a lessor. One could say it’s a straightforward three-step process.
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Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 5/5/2022
The Amazon Prime television show “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” recently re-introduced me to concept of matchmakers. The show’s plotline begins with Mrs. Maisel’s mother, Rose, launching a business as a New York City matchmaker. This intrigued me because the challenges she faced seemed very much like those I have come to understand working with and around brokers in equipment finance.
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Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 2/8/2022
Automation has been a principal pursuit of business ever since Henry Ford implemented the first assembly line in 1913 and reduced the Model T assembly time from 12 hours to 93 minutes. Twenty-five years later, during World War II, increased demand for military equipment brought mechanization to production lines enabling higher speeds, fewer errors and more efficient use of raw materials.
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