Dearborn’s ChannelNet Partners with Canada’s White Clarke Group to Provide Financing Software
ChannelNet in Dearborn is partnering with Canada's White Clarke Group to offer the company an integrated customer and dealer-facing platform.
ChannelNet in Dearborn, a digital engagement company, Thursday announced a partnership with White Clarke Group, a finance technology company in Ontario, to offer an end-to-end financing solution to the global asset finance market.
The partnership offers asset finance companies an integrated customer and dealer-facing platform that automates the overall management of the customer relationship for lenders and their dealers, serving the automotive, truck, and heavy equipment markets.
“ChannelNet is the recognized leader in delivering scalable marketing, sales, and retention platforms,” says David Slider, group executive vice president of White Clarke Group. “Working together, we are transforming digital lending, so our global clients can lower operating costs, improve business processes, and increase revenue.”
White Clarke Group will use ChannelNet’s SiteBuilder software platform, which includes a branded customer self-service account management portal designed to make managing loans and leases more convenient for lending customers.
Additional features include online credit applications to offer customers pre-approval before visiting the showroom, secure dealer portals with wholesale system information, and customer lifecycle management systems designed to share relevant information on the ownership experience with lenders and dealers.
“We are delighted to be working with the team at White Clarke Group to offer asset lenders and dealers a cost-effective solution that will drive engagement, retention, and commerce,” says Paula Tompkins, CEO of ChannelNet. “Our combined approach benefits retail, fleet, and wholesale buyers by accelerating the financing process at the dealership. At the same time, we are streamlining the process for lenders to help them drive new revenue more efficiently.”