Benefits of leasing
Leasing offers an efficient, effective answer for companies like yours looking to get the maximum return from their IT solution, while minimizing risk and aggressively managing costs.
Free up capital
Leasing helps you conserve capital. It means no down payment and no required compensating balances.
Align payments with benefits
Leasing lets you to align the monthly cost of IT assets with the economic and business benefits they provide, and spreads payments out over the useful life of the assets.
Gain budget flexibility
Expand or renew your IT infrastructure independent of budget cycles. In addition, you can get more for your IT dollars; by leasing you pay for your use of IT equipment, as opposed to paying for the equipment itself upfront.
Reduce total cost of ownership
Start with a lease customized to your specific financial and technological needs. Add leased asset management services and integrated administrative processes to improve your ability to manage your assets. Finally, eliminate costs of equipment disposition.
Preserve existing credit lines
Focus your capital budgets and lines of credit on core business needs, while providing a means to refresh computing technology that will help your business grow. Leasing lets you finance the entire cost of your technology, including hardware, software and soft costs (such as taxes, installation and services), and roll it up into one monthly or quarterly payment.
Protect against risk
Older technology can be expensive to operate and maintain, and also may be less efficient. Leasing establishes a schedule for equipment renewal that can protect you against worries of obsolescence.
Eliminate end-of-useful-life concerns
Data security and environmental concerns make disposition of IT equipment ever more difficult and expensive. At the end of the lease term, simply return the equipment and we can manage disposition safely and in accordance with applicable environmental laws.
Improve asset management and control
Leasing helps you to better manage and track your assets, which facilitates internal charge-backs, technology standardization, and management of upgrades and add-ons.