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Lenovo launches financial services for the channel

Lenovo launches financial services for the channel

Vendor extends partnership with BOQ Finance in ANZ

Lenovo has expanded its partnership with BOQ Finance in Australia and New Zealand to deliver financing options for SMB customers through the vendor's business partners.

With the new solution, the company says business partners will be able to improve cash flow, order values and margins, as well as provide additional service offerings to customers and create additional revenue via opportunities for add-ons and upgrades. Lenovo continues to focus on its goal of being PC vendor of choice for its business partners by making business easier for them and their customers. Lenovo Financial Services is dedicated to delivering a positive finance experience for customers who want to maximise their purchasing power and preserve their capital for other uses”, says Matt Codrington, managing director, Lenovo Australia and New Zealand. “We want our Business Partners to be able to have the solutions and selling tools they need to grow, but to also enhance the productivity and growth of their customers; it’s about providing them with the choice.”

 

“Lenovo Financial Services will enable Lenovo Business Partners to provide their customers with a solution to finance their entire IT requirements  including hardware, software, warranty and installation costs. Large upfront capital outlays will be replaced by low quarterly payments reducing acquisition costs and during the course of the agreement, equipment and services can be easily added, replaced or upgraded - helping  customers to drive a more structured approach to acquiring, managing and disposing of IT," says Peter McIntyre, general manager, Vendor Finance, BOQ Finance. “We’re excited to be working with Lenovo to help deliver more flexibility and choice to their Business Partners.”

 


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