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IBM launches financing app for NZ partners

IBM launches financing app for NZ partners

According to the company, the Rapid Financing Mobile App is suitable for deals between NZ$10,000 and NZ$1,000,000.

IBM has launched a mobile financing app for New Zealand business partners to help them quickly generate financing quotes for a client’s technology solution or individual components.

According to the company, the Rapid Financing Mobile App is suitable for deals between NZ$10,000 and NZ$1,000,000, and is available for use on Android, Apple, BlackBerry and Windows mobile devices.

Josh Marvin, business development manager at PB Technologies, who has been trialling the app, said, “We compete on service and the new tool puts the power in our hands to generate a range of financing quotes and proposals to discuss with our client.”

“The new mobile app from IBM Global Financing is designed to address the changing business environment in which IBM Business Partners increasingly work remotely and expect to provide their clients with financing quotes and proposals within minutes using a mobile device,” says Matt Cox, corporate financier for IBM Global Financing, NZ.

“If clients can quickly see what financing quotes are available, they are in a better position to be able to purchase advanced technologies to grow their business.”

To try the app, click here.


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