Named to Monitor 100
The pandemic struck in the midst of data collection, compiled and published by the Monitor Daily, the Monitor 100 is the voice of equipment finance that is dependent on the data that comes directly from the participants and not from other published sources. After several months and for what may be considered a special issue, the results are in.
Northland Capital is named once again to the Monitor 100 list at No. 90 in new business volume and achieving No. 91 overall.
Although the data is 2019 during a period of economic expansion, the Monitor 100 companies’ outlook remains optimistic despite the pandemic. New business volume soars without increasing staff. Northland Capital CEO and Founder, Willis Kleinjan states, “We are doing more of the same with less, while paying attention to where it’s needed.” At Northland Capital, new business volume is on the rise with efficiency being the main concern, closely followed by technology enhancements. “As these changes develop, so must Northland Capital. Our employees are instrumental to our operations, as demand continues we also seek to hire quality employees,” continues Kleinjan.
The most successful companies in the industry make the list, we at Northland Capital are delighted to have achieved ranking again this year. Even more so, to have our success come from the people – outstanding employees, trusted partners, and valued customers.View All News & Views