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Many small and medium business (SMB) organisations are already using financing in their business, whether this is for company cars, coffee and snack vending machines or office printers, photocopiers and scanners. However, information and communications technology (ICT) financing and leasing has not had the same success, even though it can help to iron out peaks and troughs in ICT budgets and help to create a better, longer-term ICT strategy that is optimised to support a business. This report, covering new research with 102 SMBs in the UK, provides insights into views on various aspects of the use of financing and leasing of ICT hardware and software and comparisons with existing use for other areas such as vehicles and office equipment.  Access >>>

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  • Methods of financing
  • Priorities and requirements
  • Using finance to level out budgets

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