Steljes has launched several new rental options for the SMART Room System for Microsoft Lync that enables organisations to extend their rental agreements to one, two or three year periods.
Capital expenditure decisions represent some of the most important considerations that an organisation can make. But often organisations can be reluctant to increase their capital expenditure due to depreciation costs, preferring instead to use their operating budget where possible. Steljes Rental has responded to this need in the market place by launching three new extended rental options.
Optimised for Microsoft Lync and Office 365, the SMART Room System brings Microsoft Lync into meeting rooms and simplifies the collaboration experience for both virtual and face-to-face participants by providing seamless voice, video and data collaboration. Since its launch last year, it has generated tremendous interest from our customers and prospects because it enables them to achieve greater operational efficiencies and enhances their existing investment in Lync.
At the end of the rental period, Steljes Rental offers organisations four options:
•Extend their existing equipment onsite
•Extend with a technology refresh
•Purchasing existing equipment
Andy Horn, Business Manager Rental at Steljes, comments “Previously organisations could only rent the SMART Room System for Microsoft Lync for up to 6 months and after that period organisations could either return the equipment or opt to buy it. Our customers wanted to rent these solutions without incurring capital expenditure and our new rental options answers this demand by offering a viable alternative to upfront capital investment. With the increase in organisations taking up Microsoft Lync, our extended rental options will really accelerate the adoption of this new technology and offer an exciting opportunity for our reseller community.”
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