Women owned businesses drive $1.8 trillion in annual revenue and Ascentium celebrates that achievement. A few of Ascentium's strong, female leaders share how their role enables them to pursue their passion for helping businesses conquer obstacles and drive those impressive revenues.
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Karen Phillips, CFO of Selling Simplified, explains how Ascentium Capital’s technology financing helped them automate and streamline operations to stay ahead of competition and provide customers with the best data possible. “Two things come to mind when I think about Ascentium Capital. One is the speed with which I can get an answer. The second is the great rate that they give me,” said Phillips.
Todd Davy of DRB Systems shares how offering Ascentium Capital's flexible financing programs to customers enables them to shine! Davy says, "Ascentium Capital has made it a very easy process for our customers to obtain financing. They've helped us be the leaders in our industry in every segment in which we choose to compete."
From replacing broken-down equipment to equipping a new commercial kitchen, John Kraus counts on Ascentium Capital to help his French-style bakeries grow: “Every time I’ve turned to them, which is 5 or 6 times over the last 10 years, they’ve always made it happen. And for me, that’s a huge level of respect and trust for a company,” said Kraus.
Robert Powell, owner of Tower Car Wash & Detail Center, has financed various upgrades with Ascentium Capital, including POS software and a tunnel control system. Ascentium's prompt and friendly assistance has enabled him to streamline operations and he says the Ascentium team is "easy to work with, easy to talk to, and I was able to get my funding in a quick amount of time."