Carleton Financial Software  
Serving the lending and credit insurance industries with innovative solutions for 40 years.
Carleton is the company that's been the source for mathematical computations to the financial and credit insurance communities for over 40 years.

From the time Carleton was founded in 1965, we have provided innovative financial solutions that save valuable time, help close loans and ensure regulatory compliance and accuracy. Our client list has grown to include most of the major financial and credit insurance institutions in the United States. Staying current with technology has enabled us to provide our customers with the most efficient software available in today's market -- all developed with Carleton's guaranteed reliability and accuracy.


"Carleton has proven to be an invaluable business partner, not only in terms of software services, but also for their credit insurance expertise. Working with them to build new calculations or modify existing ones is fast and easy because they contribute a high degree of knowledge. Securian Financial Group views Carleton as a long-term partner who is also helping us to effectively enter the debt protection market. ... In a fast-paced market, we need strong partners like Carleton who can help us respond to our clients and customers with speed, efficiency and, most important of all, accuracy."

Diana B. Baumer
Manager, Financial Services Technology
Securian Financial Group,
A Minnesota Mutual Company

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SmartPC is a 32-bit Windows® application designed to help close more loans and sell more credit insurance, all with guaranteed calculation compliance. Let SmartPC provide your organization with the same benefits and compliance assurances that many of the major lending institutions have taken advantage of over the years.

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