Invest In Your Company Without Breaking The Bank

We were recently involved in negotiations with a client for the purchase of a customer relationship management (CRM) and business intelligence solution.  Our client acknowledged the need for the solution as well as the benefits and return on investment they would receive upon completing the implementation.  However, this client was experiencing rapid growth and they were concerned about the impact the purchase would have on cash flows and working capital.  Having your cash reserves invested in equipment makes you asset rich and cash poor. Cash poor companies cannot take advantage of new opportunities or respond to changing market conditions.

Solution – equipment leasing!  One way to determine the appropriate level of investment for a lease is by doing a simple cost/benefit analysis that compares the periodic leasing payment to the revenue you expect to generate from using the equipment will help you determine this.

Axis Global Partners has made it even easier for our customers to acquire our products and services. Through our financing partner, Key Equipment Finance, we are offering competitive and affordable lease terms. Key’s credit review process is very quick and generally little-to-no financial information is required to get approved.  Key Equipment finance has numerous leasing options that include:

No Payments for 90 Days! on 24, 36, 48, and 60 moth leases from 4.9% ($1 end-of lease option).

6 Months at $99 followed by 18, 30, 42, and 54 moth leases from 6.5% ($1 end-of lease option).

Other benefits include:

  • Improved cash-flow management
  • Protection from owning outdated technology
  • 100% financing, including soft-costs such as installation, conversion and training
  • Savings on down payment
  • Easier financing than bank loans
  • Potential tax benefits (*We recommend that you consult your tax advisor to find out the tax benefits specific to your business.)

If you are interested in more information, please contact us at info@axisgp.com.

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