Lenovo Financial Services ‘Countdown to Zero’ smart Techology finance
July 16, 2010
Lenovo Financial Services “Countdown to Zero” Promises Help for Businesses. Business owners need financing for technology purchases and the market has provided little of it in recent months, but buyers will be extremely pleased with Lenovo’s new “Countdown to Zero” event, which gives Lenovo buyers innovative payment plans with plenty of incentive to act quickly.
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The offer, which was announced earlier this month, allows buyers to finance their purchases with agreements that provide three months of zero payments and then another three months of zero percent interest. Whether you’re a small business outfitting a new office or a large corporation in need of an entire line of technology for each department, “Countdown to Zero” is trying to make it simpler for business customers.
How Lenovo Financing Works
All commercial customers within the United States can currently take advantage of the “Countdown to Zero” financing offer for any purchases between $10,000 and $25,000. The offer includes all Lenovo products – from PCs to peripherals – as well as other hardware and software sold through Lenovo’s vendors. The offer ends on September 30, 2010.
“The Lenovo Financial Services program provides us the opportunity to offer a wide array of financial services alternatives to our customers,” said Diane Croessmann, executive director, Lenovo Financial Services. “We believe that helping our customers via promotions like this one will accelerate their ability to get the latest technology through affordable financing. We are committed to providing our customers the best financing experience as they benefit from our innovative suite of products and services.”
The financial services program from Lenovo was developed to deliver not only access to the latest and greatest technologies at rates that businesses can afford, but also to protect a company’s capital and prevent the high costs normally associated with technological obsolescence.