In today’s tough economic times, more and more businesses are looking for financing alternatives when it comes to their technology. Having the flexibility and options to acquire that technology today is paramount. Financing provides you operating elasticity with less risk, while preserving your much needed cash.
Veristor Capital provides a simple, convenient, and affordable way for you to acquire technology solutions. Given the rapid rate of technology obsolescence, financing enables you to be proactive with your business needs. Veristor Capital offers a full range of lease programs and financial structures tailored to your specific business objectives.
VERISTOR CAPITAL OFFERS:
- Operating and capital leases
- Equipment rentals
- Acquisition line of credit
- Project and equipment transition financing
- Flexible payment options (annual, quarterly, monthly, and step)
As an independent, full-service provider focused exclusively on technology, Veristor Capital provides financing options for all makes and models of IT and telecommunications equipment as well as software, professional services, and maintenance and support contracts.
BENEFITS OF VERISTOR CAPITAL:
- Finance multiple manufacturers on one contract
- Seamless process supported by a dedicated finance team
- Conserve working capital and improve cash flow
- Increase productivity of your mission-critical systems
- Department of Defense (DoD) certification guarantees proper disposition and data security
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