Wolters Kluwer’s Lien Solutions business has won four major accolades from Finance Monthly magazine. The awards, all decided by an independent editorial panel, recognize the company’s leadership, as well as its leading technology solutions.
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Raja Sengupta, Executive Vice President & General Manager of Wolters Kluwer Lien Solutions, has been named as one of the publication’s Game Changers for 2020. According to Finance Monthly’s editors, recipients of these awards help “to shape and transform the corporate landscape ... a Game Changer introduces new ways of working and new methodologies that can revolutionize business and transform the customer experience.”
Meanwhile, Suzanne Konstance, Vice President of Product Management and Marketing for Wolters Kluwer Lien Solutions, has been honored with inclusion in the magazine’s Women in Finance Awards series. “The finance experts which feature in this year’s edition of the Finance Monthly Women in Finance Awards are women who consistently go above and beyond of what is expected of them, despite the challenges which the industry poses,” the magazine notes.
Finance Monthly has also recognized the product superiority of the company’s technology solutions. Both iLien Motor Vehicle and Portfolio Sync have been named “Product of the Year” in the magazine’s hotly contested FinTech Awards, 2020.
iLien Motor Vehicle delivers a single point of management for processing and managing motor vehicle titles. It helps automate, streamline and connect lenders’ organizational workflows, improving the vehicle titling process and the ongoing management of vehicle titles. Supported by Lien Solutions’ extensive experience in commercial lien management, the solution simplifies vehicle lien and title management for vehicle and equipment lenders.
Portfolio Sync is a first-of-its-kind automated lien management solution designed for lenders and financers who use multiple methods to submit Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) filings. Overlooked or incorrect filings can lead to vulnerabilities; Portfolio Sync provides full visibility into a lender’s lien portfolio, identifies potential issues that may require action to maintain and protect security interests and allows the lender to take any actions needed all from one powerful dashboard.
Wolters Kluwer Lien Solutions, part of Wolters Kluwer’s Governance, Risk & Compliance division, won a record 14 awards in 2019. This market-leading company provides award-winning solutions for lenders, including its flagship iLien offering, which gives lenders the ability to conduct public record searches, retrieve and view Uniform Commercial Code and corporate records, create filings, and manage their entire lending portfolio. iLien offers comprehensive analytics, reporting, real-time debtor monitoring and lien auto-continuation capabilities, improving lenders’ ability to holistically view lien portfolios, help them mitigate risk, and improve the quality and efficiency of their operations.