As a full-service, independent equipment financing provider, Americorp Financial continues to focus on developing flexible financing solutions to help manufacturers nationwide offer a competitive alternative to customers with upfront cash constraints.
With a focus in the healthcare industry for more than 30 years, Americorp also has branched out into emerging technology, supply chain automation, and other commercial equipment, because our proven equipment financing programs are applicable and successful in those markets. We also still provide the same competitive programs and high-quality service to our healthcare markets including hospitals, private practices, pharmacies, rehabilitation centers, physical therapy, and other medical channels.
Unlike some larger competitors, Americorp welcomes the opportunity to custom-tailor leasing programs to fit specific needs of equipment vendors and/or end-users. Among the innovative financing programs offered by the company are bridge to budget financing, equipment usage programs, disposables-based programs, software leases, reagent rental programs, and bundled “As a Service” solutions.
That’s how Americorp is redefining how you offer customer finance solutions.
Americorp’s success in the healthcare equipment leasing and financing market largely is due to its management and sales staff, who understand the important factors impacting this market, including the following:
- Innovation in healthcare technology and its impact on the equipment market
- Federal and state regulations
- Healthcare reimbursement systems
- End-user demographics and the economic factors influencing the success of a healthcare facility
- Special equipment financing needs of equipment vendors and end-users
Our team of professionals leverages its knowledge of the healthcare equipment leasing market to develop a close relationship with many equipment vendors, who appreciate the benefits of working with a leasing company that understands the specialized needs of their end-user customers.
Americorp continues to analyze new product developments, additional technology-based markets, and developing vendor relationships with relatively new companies in product categories that have the potential for rapid growth.