You probably know that companies, both large and small, finance and lease their office equipment. Financing is a valuable tool dealers can leverage to gain more business, but it also serves as a flexible means for your customers to acquire the office equipment their businesses depend on. If you are considering adding new equipment lines or a managed print services (MPS) program, consider how financing can get your customers the equipment they need while making for a smoother sales process. But first, let’s discuss what lease financing is, exactly.
Tom Curry 30 Years in the Industry President, Carolina Construction Supply LLC. My Start in the Rental Business: Chrysler’s Jeep Factory in Toledo In 1997, I was selling industrial material handling equipment to the automotive industry when I was approached by Aggregate Equipment and Supply Co., out of Peoria IL.
Characteristics that Make a Mutually Beneficial Financing Relationship Every day, I speak with a handful of MSPs who are new to financing and are looking for ways to win more customers, make more money, diversify their offerings, and distinguish themselves from competitors. The first step to starting that relationship with GreatAmerica is having a conversation with me to understand what you want to accomplish and evaluate whether we are a good fit for you, and if you are a good fit for us.
7,882. Do you remember this number? Or this date – October 10, 2008? Within the first few minutes of trading on Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 697 points, falling to its lowest level since March 17, 2003. America’s economic system crashed. Lehman Brothers had declared bankruptcy (the largest in U.S. history at the time) just less than three weeks prior; the fear in the air was palpable. Eventually, the US government bailed out many big banks and provided aid to the auto industry in an attempt to facilitate an economic recovery.
What You Missed in Webinar One with Service Leadership, Nex-Tech, and GreatAmerica If you have not yet tuned into Part 1: Full HaaS as a Profit and Growth Driver in an Economic Downturn, this blog serves as a high-level recap of what you’re missing.