Kyocera Mita hopes to spark spending with finance package

Kyocera Mita has launched a finance programme to give resellers more of a chance getting customers to splash out on hardware and document management solutions. The vendor is working with CF Corporate Finance to deliver the programme which is aimed at the reseller base and is being supported by a Le


Kyocera Mita has launched a finance programme to give resellers more of a chance getting customers to splash out on hardware and document management solutions.

The vendor is working with CF Corporate Finance to deliver the programme which is aimed at the reseller base and is being supported by a Lease Options offering to tempt firms that might struggle to get capital to buy some hardware.

Channel players have launched several finance and leasing programmes over the past couple of years as the recession drags on and customers continue to be wary of spending on IT.

Mike Yiannakou, head of sales at CF Corporate, said that the economic environment remained challenging, "but there are many businesses that are now looking to take positive action to boost their own performance and by extension, that of the economy."

"Accessing finance to equip new offices can be difficult for companies with limited credit history, and this new programme aims to support those organisations by offering them competitive, flexible financing so that they can procure the technology they need," he added.

Nigel Allen, director of product and channel marketing at Kyocera Mita, said that the finance programme would give resellers the chance to broaden their customer bases.

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