Financing provides significant business benefits to companies of all sizes. Here are ten good reasons you should consider a flexible financing solution from Cisco Capital
|Programs and offers||Benefits to you|
|easylease Low Rate Financing||
Speed up your access to technology and accelerate your return on investment.
The Cisco Capital Accelerate program can help you reduce your total cost of ownership, manage your budget with flexibility and accelerate technology adoption. With this 36 month FMV lease, you can plan a strategic approach to technology acquisition by choosing whether to refresh, retain or return your assets at the end of the lease term
|Multi-Term Financing||Match your payments with your usage, with flexible financing for the fixed and variable costs relating to your technology deployment.|
|Vblock Financing||Finance your end-to-end Virtual Computing Environment (VCE) Converged Infrastructure solution. With just one lease you can acquire this multi-vendor Vblock platform, using flexible financing structures to implement the right solution.|
|Six Month Payment Deferral Program||You don’t have to wait for your next round of funding to get the technology that your organisation needs today. By simply deferring your initial finance payment for up to six months you can help eliminate spending constraints.|
|Flexible Financing for the Public Sector||
Don’t wait for your next budget cycle, choose from our flexible options:
|Financial solutions||Benefits to you|
|Finance lease, sometimes called a Full Pay-Out lease||
Ideal for customers who want to keep the equipment at the end of the lease term. Spread payments over time and own the equipment at the end of the term
This option allows customers to retain ownership upon purchase and frees up capital for day-to-day business. Payments can be structured to match deployment and economic benefit.
Terms and conditions apply. Subject to credit approval. Cisco Capital determines the right to terminate these offers at any time.
*All Cisco products and solutions (including hardware (70%), software, services and 3rd party equipment)