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IT Finance for Professional Practices

Key benefits of technology finance for practices:

  • Hardware, software, installation, training and support in one package
  • Supplier agnostic: we can fund any supplier or a mix in one contract
  • Improved cash flow: maintaining positive cash flow is key for your business
  • Faster ROI: start benefitting from your new technology but pay over time
  • Flexible upgrading: contact us anytime to understand your options
  • Maintain your banking lines and working capital
Summary

Funding new technologies with a complete package for your IT needs

With the rate of innovation increasing rapidly, professional practices must keep pace with technological advances in order to remain competitive and successful.

The main barrier to keeping up with technological change is the cost of investment. Spreading the cost can therefore be a simple solution to ensure your practice gets the latest technology that it needs today without the large upfront investment.

At Wesleyan Bank we go one better and can help finance the hardware, software, installation, training and ongoing support and maintenance costs in one monthly repayment contract, meaning no hidden upfront costs to your practice.

As a fully flexible finance plan, we can also provide hardware, software or other equipment upgrades and additional licenses midway through a contract term, without any increase to monthly repayments.

As the only endorsed finance provider to the Law Society of England and Wales and as a Member Rewards Partner to ICAEW you can be assured that we have the expertise and knowledge to support your practice whatever your unique requirements.

Speak to one of our dedicated and knowledgeable account managers today about how we can help to support your practice today and in the future.
Call our team free on 0800 980 9348 Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm or contact Wesleyan Bank

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