As part of our long-term vision to extend Dell’s global captive financing we have now expanded the availability of our direct financing programmes to even more customers across Europe. From October 1, 2013, Dell Financial Services (DFS) is now available on a direct basis to commercial enterprises, from small and medium businesses right up to Fortune 500 companies in France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.
The continued expansion of Dell Financial Services into more European countries is fantastic news for our commercial customers, providing them with an affordable and convenient way to acquire the technology solutions required to support and grow their businesses. Commercial customers will be able to get lease and loan financing from Dell to fund their solution, whether they purchase it direct or through Dell’s channel partners.
The continued expansion of DFS is part of our commitment to supporting our customers’ business transformation and future growth. Dell customers now have access to direct Dell financing in 16 countries including; U.K., Ireland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, the U.S. and Canada.
Dell Financial Services enables our customers to:
- Conserve capital, preserve credit line: By providing financing Dell allows customers to focus more on investing in their business, not on the infrastructure to run it
- Manage cash flow: Payments can be structured to budget or cash flow requirements
- Prevent technology obsolescence: DFS lease solutions enable customers to regularly rotate their assets so that they can have the latest technology at all times
- Increase operational efficiency: Dell provides upgrade options and will dispose of old equipment so customers can focus on their business, not IT demands
- Lower total cost of ownership (TCO): Leasing facilitates a three-year technology rotation which reduces TCO by minimizing support and running costs
- Access total solution financing: Dell can finance entire solutions for the same company; this includes, for example, the software and services that a Channel Partner includes in their proposal