Investment solutions • Flexibility and asset management are the key to business growth. Keep the cash flow and help you focus on business initiatives • Fair Market Value Leasing, which offers low monthly payments and can save customers up to 70% of the capital in 1 and up to 10% of the capital over 3 or 4 years compared to a purchase1 • option to extend the equipment at the end of the term, Return or Ownership PALO ALTO, Calicid., Dec. 11, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — HP Inc. announced today that it has expanded its financing and leasing options for its business partners and customers. Through an expanded partnership agreement with HPE Financial Services (HPEFS) and a new strategic program with global finance company DLL Group (DLL), HP Integrated Financial Solutions will help accelerate and enhance the customer financing experience and enable Channel partners to grow their service-based businesses. “We have a global master-lease and financing contract,” Hodiwalla explains. “So customers have the same experience all over the world. So there are no hidden costs. “We understand the assets, even if they don`t all come from HP, in a way that no leasing provider will ever be able to do. Similarly, the comprehensive lifecycle management we offer means that we still own the assets and can build considerable flexibility when it comes to upgrades.
This flexibility also extends to extending or reducing the amount of equipment in a lease, depending on an organization`s requirements. We will meet with a client and talk about their needs that may change and integrate that into the lease agreement. Since 2015, HPEFS has been a reliable hp funding partner and will continue to support HP`s direct distribution to public, corporate and enterprise customers, the graphics and 3D business worldwide, as well as the Indirect Print Services Management (MPS) business in EMEA. HPEFS is also HP`s only partner for the North American and Latin American markets. The renewal of the three-year partnership agreement reinforces the commitment and value that both companies can offer HP customers and partners. HPE Accelerated Migration enabled IHG to plan the investment agreement based on the innovation roadmap. Leases differ from the terms of the asset in that the lessee has no ownership rights in the asset. At the end of the lease, the lessee usually has the choice of renewing the lease, returning the asset, or introducing a buyer for the asset. . . .