PCs on demand
- Buying results instead of trying to manage resources
To keep down hardware costs, Information Systems departments (ISDs) may choose to assess the total cost of ownership (TCO) which includes breakdown and operating costs as well as residual value. Using a TCO assessment framework, optimal hardware refresh rates generally lie between 30 and 40 months, i.e., PCs have to be upgraded about every three years.
However, deployment, management and policy difficulties may make this objective problematic and leasing based on clear forecasts of actual costs may become an attractive alternative. ISDs now consider the leasing of workstations to be an effective means of reducing the total cost of ownership of computer equipment based on an upgrade once every three years. They may also be able to obtain cheaper lease payments.
CFAO Technology & Energy' customized leasing service proposes on-site curative maintenance throughout the lease. This service is managed by a Technical Account Manager who provides a single point of contact and is responsible for delivering on the Group's commitment.
CFAO Technology & Energy can leverage its partnerships with global IT leaders to provide you with customized solutions.
Benefits for your company
- No cost/management of borrowings
- No cost/management of fixed assets
- No internal maintenance structure
- No obsolescence of computer equipment