1Manage Your Finances
When purchasing IT equipment outright, there are no regular payments or interest rates to be concerned about; however it does mean investing a potentially large amount of capital up front.
Our experience shows that many organisations are trying to avoid this type of capital investment as it removes the element of flexibility in the cash flow. And a practical solution is asset leasing, which requires no capital investment.
By avoiding the need for investment, cash flow can remain fluid and capital can be used for other business needs. In addition to this, asset leasing will mean that set monthly payments can be arranged and factored into monthly outgoings. There will be no surprises or unexpected costs, meaning you can plan and budget with 100% accuracy.
At the end of the agreed lease, the equipment can be collected by the leasing company and the latest equipment put in its place (with a new lease). With an operational lease, the leasing company is always the owner of the IT equipment, and the benefit of this is that it takes responsibility for the residual value. When the product/equipment reaches the end of its operational life, you don’t have to worry about selling it on or recycling it, you simply have it removed from your premises, and its replacement installed.