Photo - (From left) Jennifer Toh, Business Development Manager of Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific Pte Ltd; and Yap Hui Hui, Country Manager of Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific Pte Ltd.
Japanese ICT solutions provider Fujitsu has launched a new laptop leasing programme to help Malaysian businesses remain competitive and productive, it said.
Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific's Malaysia based country manager Yap Hui Hui said that following a partnership with ORIX Rentec, business owners of all sizes can now equip their offices with Fujitsu Lifebook series from RM70.20 [US$21.17] per month.
"The Fujitsu leasing programme is targetted towards the corporate and SME [small and medium] side of our business, we are expecting a growth of 30 percent in our corporate business through this initiative," said Hui Hui. "ORIX Rentec has a vast experience of 40 years in leasing services so they are the perfect partner to collaborate with for our campaign."
The lease runs for three years with an interest rate of 0.5 percent per annum. At the end of the period, clients can choose to refresh the equipment leased or buy back the leased equipment at fair market value, depending on their needs, she said.
Hui Hui said the businesses what benefit from advantages such as:
- Off-Balance Sheet: Rental is an off -balance sheet item that can be treated as an operating expense which will help improve ROE/ROA
- Low Capital Outlay: The credit facilities available to you by the bank can be put into more productive use and for other working capital requirements.
- Protection against Technology Obsolescence: Stay on the cutting edge of technology by switching to the latest and most advanced models in the market with our flexible scheme.
- Flexibility of contract: three options available, to refresh, to extend or to buy-back
A three-month promotional campaign has kicked off this leasing programme, which is available from Fujitsu authorised dealers nationwide, and includes the following Lifebook models -- Lifebook AH544, Lifebook E733, Lifebook E743 and Lifebook U772. Further information
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