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Leasing Solutions: a business owners guide

Did you know you can now finance your cabling? If you're looking for a way to improve cash flow whilst still investing in your business, you may have considered asset finance.

But what is the true cost and benefits of financing your cabling?

Whilst business have previously sourced a more traditional means of accessing capital through lenders such as banks or financial providers, there is now a range of alternatives available for businesses, with more greater benefits. More recently for IT investments, the capital source businesses are using to meet their objects is Asset Finance. 

But what is it and why is it beneficial to your business?

What is Asset Finance?

Asset finance now helps to fund around 30% of business capital investment in the UK. It consists of the different types of business finance agreements that allows you to acquire assets by spreading the cost over a certain period of time and payments. 

Who can use asset finance?

Asset finance benefits organisations across every market sector, from new start-up businesses to large established companies. You can lease almost any type of IT equipment, software and services. In fact, leasing is particularly popular within IT given the pace of technology change.

What are the benefits?

Paying for products and solutions over time offers you many benefits including:

  • Increased flexibility for future upgrades
  • Improved cash flow
  • Tax benefits
  • More available budget
  • Unaffected bank lines

What Can I lease?

Did you know, you could lease any of The Cabling Company's services?

Including:

  • Data Cabling 

  • Fibre Optic Cabling

  • Wireless Network Installations 

  • Data Centre Cabling 

  • Audio Visual Solutions

Discover our full range of services here or download our cabling leasing guide...

*Finance for limited company business use purposes only. Subject to application, credit and Shire Leasing's terms and conditions. Visit Shire Leasing for more information.

 

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