Leasing and financing are a newer concept in the technology space, creating a little bit of mystery around the topic. This blog serves as a thorough guide to both understanding and calculating a monthly payment option. First, I want to briefly highlight the benefits of offering a flexible way for your clients to acquire your technology. If you’re well-versed in the pricing area, check out this blog on the finance process itself.
A Recap of a Recent Webinar with GreatAmerica and Service Leadership If there is one thing I’ve learned between the “you’re on mute” and “I can’t see your screen” comments amidst the sudden shift to virtual everything, it is that even the most mundane technology toggles can summon your humility.
A Peek into a Peer’s Success as a Result of Offering a Monthly Payment Option “When you can tie the amount of money a company is losing to servicing older PCs, the benefits of DaaS become clear and it’s an easier sell. Plus, it saves our team time and money, too.” –David Cox, CIO of G6 Communications
Considerations to Help Put Your Mind at Ease as the Solution Provider Even in the best of economic times, there are many factors that can cause a business to close their doors. And if you offer your clients a finance option, you might be wondering what happens if, during the term of the agreement, they go out of business.
“We started Tech42 about nine years ago as an IT Company looking to service the northeastern Pennsylvania area. At that time, we were predominantly break-fix. No real contracts, just ad-hoc work. I would call it the “Wild West” – we were all over the board with no consistency in our offering. We would do anything for a buck.