De Lage Landen has gone live with Sword Apak’s wholesale finance system, WFS, in Spain. The latest country implementation follows De Lage Landen’s selection of Sword Apak to support its commercial finance technology operations throughout Europe.
De Lage Landen is an international provider of asset-based financing solutions. Sword Apak’s market leading software, WFS, is used to fully automate De Lage Landen’s stock funding operations across specialised industries, which include food and agriculture, office technology, construction and industrial, as well as healthcare and transportation.
Peter Johnstone, VP and general manager of commercial finance for Europe at De Lage Landen, said: “De Lage Landen takes pride in providing a tailored floorplanning and inventory finance service which supports our customers’ specific country requirements. Sword Apak has helped us to achieve this objective by rolling out its multi-national floorplanning system to selected countries, augmenting De Lage Landen’s European market presence in commercial finance.”
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