Tandem Finance strengthens its Vendor Service Program with Linda Clements

Posted 10/05/2021

Fort Collins, COLO. – Tandem Finance recently announced the promotion of Linda Clements to Vice President of Vendor Program Management. Linda will assume executive leadership responsibility for the Vendor Service area of the Tandem Finance business.

In her role, she will be working closely with our Vendor Service Management and the Vender Service Representative Group in continuing the ongoing efforts of providing excellent support for the documentation, funding and servicing of our dealer and vendor base.  

“Linda brings a unique background of operational and other back-end experience in the small-ticket equipment finance space.  Her knowledge base and determined nature bring a great asset to the entire VSR environment.  With the anticipated personnel expansion, adding a strong leadership team member provides strength for years and will strengthen our position to be successful as a team,” said Mike Sheehan, President of Tandem Finance.

Sheehan continued by saying: “David Sterling, Vendor Services Manager and Linda will work closely together to assure that we continue to develop our team members, provide excellent and responsive service to our vendor customers, introduce and train on a new front end system, and passionately enjoy growing the Tandem Finance brand.”

Tandem Finance Inc. provides equipment financing to SMBs in the U.S. through the equipment vendor channel. Tandem Finance is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chesswood Group Limited. Chesswood Group Limited, publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: CHW), is a financial services company operating in the specialty finance industry in North America.

 

Author
Kevin Wisehart
Organization
Tandem Finance
Phone Number
844 612 7499

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