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Fast and flexible financing through EMC's 0% offer

01 Nov 2012

EMC is offering 0% finance via partners to customers through the company’s Velocity Finance Program. The program, showing EMC’s commitment to businesses, helps customers maintain cutting edge equipment and protect cash flows.

The IT storage vendor says their competitive financing options can help customers acquire the equipment they need to run their business more effectively.

The contract includes 0% interest for EMC Storage and BRS solutions, requiring a minimum purchase amount of US $10,000 and a maximum of US $250,000. While under the program, rental agreements can be structured over 1-5 years, the 36 month rental agreements are the only contract length to offer 0% interest.

EMC says upfront payment for equipment is not required for customers, meaning they can retain their cash safety net and use it to invest in business growth.

Besides the benefits of being able to deploy the technology immediately, other advantages include the option to update equipment at any stage throughout the term of the contract. Payments are deducted quarterly from the customer’s nominated business bank account, effective once the equipment has been delivered.

Through an application process taking only a few minutes, decisions are usually made within 48 hours and, once registered; channel partners can submit a quote through the easy to use online portal.

Are you eligible?

To be eligible to apply, the customer must meet the following requirements:• Be a registered New Zealand or Australian company• Have been trading for at least 12 months• Have a clear credit history

For more information about the EMC Velocity Finance Program; customers please contact your preferred reseller, Resellers please click here

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