e92capital was created by the need within the reseller community for better options to finance various IT solutions. Being part of the already established award winning e92plus Group means that we have a wealth of knowledge on how best to handle the financial process as well as understanding the technology stack and the requirements of working the IT channel. If you a reseller already within our community or the end user client, you’re in safe hands.
We identify the requirement and offer the solution that best fits the business.
What can be financed?
Traditionally IT has been focused on an investment with hardware and software, invariably as part of the CapEx budget – meaning upfront cost for the business. However, organisations are beginning to view technology as a utility or operational cost, embedded with a business rather simply a cost centre, and also need to retain those budgets for other areas. Keeping a strong balance sheet is essential, as well as reducing any credit risks.
With e92capital, we can help customers find alternative financial solutions for any area of IT – including licencing, cloud applications and even professional services. This means the business can treat their IT assets as an operational expense (which a tax deductible), and can improve management of the IT lifecycle. It can also allow a smoother, more manageable refresh lifecycle (and reduce reliance on aging kit), and we can even help manage disposal, data wiping and WEEE Directive compliance.
Although our focus is on our own vendor portfolio, our access to extensive resources means that we would be delighted to work with any IT procurement project, including greenfield sites, digital transformation, lifecycle refreshes and other equipment, software and services.
Refreshing IT infrastructure to optimise the useable lifespan of assets means opening access the latest technology, as well as a better service as the equipment is phased out at the right time. By investing a residual value it will mean not paying back the total value of the equipment when looking at total cost of ownership (TCO).