When considering your next wide format print system acquisition several options are available Purchase, Lease or Rental each with specific benefits that may be best for your company.
- You will own the equipment, therefore agreements and arrangements related to purchasing supplies and maintenance are determined by negotiation and may change based on economic conditions.
- You have the option to sell the equipment when you are finished with it, allowing you to recover some of the cost for your next purchase.
- Easily trade-in or sell the equipment when new technology is available
- Tax incentives under Section 179 of the IRS Tax and depreciation advantages.
- The benefit of leasing ensures your company can easily acquire updated technology on a pre-scheduled basis, avoiding the potential for outdated technology.
- Less up-front expense with leasing with predetermined payments for a fixed period. Eliminates cash flow effects of a lump sum purchase.
- Leasing is often 100% tax-deductible as an operational expense under the 179 IRS Tax Code.
- Internal Departments no longer have to request capital funds to purchase new machines (equipment will be upgraded through program).
- Cost per Copy is a program that maximizes savings by combining the equipment, maintenance and supplies into one low cost contract with a single vendor source.
- The cost for each copy is fixed (Example: $0.06 per page), regardless of the number of copies made daily, weekly or monthly. The price includes: toner/ink, maintenance, guaranteed service intervals, dedicated service personnel, and ongoing unlimited support.
- Automatic transition to new technology based on rental terms and agreements
- Departments will no longer have to request capital funds to purchase new machines (equipment will be upgraded through program).
- Each of the above programs have benefits to meet the specific needs of your company. Scheduling a professional demonstration and a review of your company’s requirements will ensure that a decision is based on the best solution.