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Most businesses face a similar struggle – staying up-to-date with their ever changing technology needs while keeping expenses low and increasing profit margins.

As a result of this struggle many businesses end up working with outdated technology thinking that they are saving money, but in reality their old computers are costing them far more in the long run, especially when you factor in the cost of lost productivity that occurs from using slow hardware.

With Hardware as a Service (Haas), businesses no longer have to worry about this struggle. Instead, they gain peace-of-mind knowing that their computers are always up-to-date and running on the most current technology.

What is HaaS?

Instead of purchasing computers and servers outright, which means a large upfront technology expense, business can use HaaS to get the equipment they need now, for one flat monthly rate. Once setup with HaaS, businesses will receive new systems every three years, ensuring they are always up-to-date with their technology without affecting the monthly rate. It’s kind of like leasing a car, but for computers and servers.

But HaaS isn’t just a lease program. There are many benefits that go along with using HaaS over the traditional method of purchasing your computers outright.

Benefits of HaaS:

  • Reliable, stress free technology
  • New technology every 3 years – your hardware is never out of date
  • Fixed monthly cost makes your technology bugetable
  • Increased business flexibility – easily to scale as your business grows
  • Receive our other great services too: monitoring, maintenance, support and more

As if this weren’t enough, here’s another HUGE benefit from using HaaS – computer expenses change from being a capital expense to an operating expense, making it potentially tax deductible.

If you are trying to figure out how you’re going to afford all the upgrades and technology changes your business needs, contact us today for a consultation. We can help you discover how easy it is to upgrade your office, without breaking the bank.

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