Whitepaper: leasing IT hardware instead of buying it

With a leasing contract, IT hardware can also be “rented”. In the meantime, more and more companies are switching to this variant. In the white paper you can find out what needs to be considered. [Anzeige]

Leasing instead of buying: What is common for cars can also be useful for IT hardware. Meanwhile, more and more companies are deciding against a loan and a leasing contract. The advantages are obvious:

  • always up-to-date equipment
  • clear cost structures
  • capital remaining free
  • high IT security
  • service and maintenance
  • Employer Branding
  • save taxes

You can find out how it all works and whether leasing IT hardware is the right thing for you in the Aluxo whitepaper.

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If you want to assert yourself on the market, satisfy your employees and successfully master digitization, you have to keep your IT up to date. Leased equipment makes this a lot easier. In the Aluxo whitepaper “Lease instead of buy” you can find out what you need to consider. This explains which tax aspects play a role, when leasing is worthwhile for you, how installments are made up and much more.

Download the whitepaper now and decide whether leasing is an option for you too.

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Source: OnlineMarketing.de by onlinemarketing.de.

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