Discover monthly payment strategies that make your technology simple to consume and your tech refreshes as predictable as Managed Services.
Financing Programs to Support Your Business Model
The right financing program will increase efficiency, grow sales, and ensure customer retention, allowing your team to focus on what they do best. Customize any program to match your technology lifecycle and go-to-market goals.
Do you want to offer As-A-Service, but you’re unsure if HaaS or HaaR is right for you? Explore the pros and cons of each solution, and then take a HaaR vs. HaaS assessment to determine when and where to incorporate each into your offerings.
Getting more customers to say “yes” to your proposals is as simple as including a monthly payment option for all the technology you sell. Do that with basic finance offerings to fit your technology and go-to-market strategies.
Create a financing program that gives you and your clients options with a Fair Market Value (FMV) lease. This traditional lease option gives your clients a low monthly price - but better yet gives you a chance to upgrade them into new technology.
For the closest sale to cash, offer clients a $1 buyout lease. At the end of the agreement they own the technology, which limits your ability to upgrade or refresh their technology. Some equipment - such as video surveillance - must be on an Equipment Finance Agreement (or EFA) which is similar to $1 buyout.
Keep control of the technology refresh with an equipment rental. Your customers get to use the technology for the term, and at the end have the option to continue renting, return, or upgrade. This puts you in the driver’s seat and makes tech refreshes as predictable as managed services.
Software is an integral part of almost any technology solution today. When you are selling a software-only solution, use a Software Finance Agreement (SFA) that supports the licensing, implementation, and recurring services.
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