Dancerace CEO Elliot Avison has accepted an invitation to join other lending and technology leaders and academics on the Editorial Board at TRF News.
After 18 years at Lenvi (formerly Equiniti Riskfactor), ABL veteran Jon Watts has joined Dancerace to support us in our mission to deliver the complete, connected ABL operating system for commercial lenders.
Ten years ago, cloud-hosted systems were a new frontier for commercial finance technology. At Dancerace, we were among the first to make the switch, moving our on-premise servers to the cloud in 2009.
We've launched our new Learning Management System (LMS) for Dancerace users – an interactive online learning portal to enable banks and lenders to drive maximum value from our software.
Shine a light: What frictionless data transparency means for control, customer service and access to capital
At Dancerace, we’ve put frictionless data transparency at the centre of our vision for better lending. Here’s how it helps lenders and their funding providers to deal with challenges today and unlock new opportunities for tomorrow.
Dancerace is one of five technology providers shortlisted to win the global ‘Receivables Technology Solution Provider of the Year’ award at this year’s RFIx Awards, hosted by BCR Publishing. The accolade recognises software providers working to make lenders’ operations more efficient and secure, and to boost borrower experiences.
We’ve partnered with UK publisher Business Money to sponsor their 2022 report on the UK receivables finance sector – an indispensable annual guide to the state of the industry.
Dancerace CEO Elliot Avison will be appearing at BCR Publishing’s 23rd annual Receivables Finance International Convention in London on 23-24 May 2023.
As we grow our Product and Support teams to provide even better service to lenders and borrowers, we’re looking for a Product Specialist to own the delivery of our data extraction systems, to help our industry realise the potential of open accounting technology.
My thanks go to BCR Publishing and ITFA for their first Trade & Investment Forum (T&IF) in London, yesterday, and for Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) as hosts in their sumptuous offices.