Life in the SaaS Lane: The Technology Factors and ABL Firms Need to Grow ABF Journal Conference Series

A Free Livestream by ABF Journal

ABF Journal Livestream: Life in the SaaS Lane: The Technology Factors and ABL Firms Need to Grow

Factoring and asset-based lending have been around forever, dating back to ancient Rome, Greece and China. While times have changed quite a bit since then, the core competencies of the business have not. However, evolving needs of asset-based lenders and factors now require innovative technology to enhance the secured finance industry’s ability to serve clients.

To help factors, ABL firms and secured lenders in general stay ahead of the pace of change, ABF Journal will host a livestream on June 28 at 1 p.m. EST to discuss how software-as-a-service (SaaS) technology can modernize, protect and futureproof systems to stay the course through inevitable change and disruption. In addition, the panel of experts will discuss how factors and asset-based lenders can add a layer of differentiation by embracing emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Tuesday, June 28, 2022

1:00 pm – 2:00 p.m. EST

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Ray Wizbowski
Chief Marketing Officer, Solifi

With senior roles at Entrust Datacard and Gemalto, Wizbowski has more than 20 years of experience in the financial services, security and enterprise markets.

Rosanne Doyle
Product Manager ABL/Factoring

Rosanne Doyle is the product manager for asset-based lending and factoring at Solifi. She brings her experience as a commercial loan executive and project manager to Solifi, having previously managed loan portfolios for factoring clients during her tenure at Bank of America. For the last 20 years, she has used her understanding of what lenders want and need to support the development and deployment of ABL and factoring systems.

Doug McDonald
Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Access Business Finance

After a public accounting and banking career, McDonald co-founded Access Business Finance 26 years ago with his partner, Tom Cleveland, and entered the world of asset-based lending, financing turnarounds and high growth, sponsored and/or highly leveraged companies. Access Business Finance provides nationwide asset-based lines of credit, equipment loans and real estate loans from $500,000 to $20 million. Prior to Access Business Finance, McDonald spent several years with Deloitte & Touche and then co-founded Enterprise Bank in Bellevue, WA, which was sold in 1995.


Martin Zalewski
Senior Managing Director in Specialty Finance Operations, Webster Bank (formerly Sterling National Bank)

Martin Zalewski, senior managing director of commercial loan operations with Webster Bank, manages a team of 100 that oversees operations for factoring, asset-based lending and equipment finance, as well as payroll finance for temporary staffing agencies across the United States. Zalewski, a seasoned finance professional with more than 20 years of experience, has served in several roles of progressive responsibility with Webster Bank since 2003 and possesses an in-depth understanding of factoring’s unique challenges and technology solutions.

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