Capital doesn't grow on trees

Steve O’Neil recently blogged about why CFO’s should be looking at their vendor’s financing options with more earnest in today’s economic climate. An organization can reduce some of their risk or even share it with their vendor by using less traditional financing approaches like capacity on-demand versus a full cash outlay. In addition, using operational based leases can mean better balance sheet management, and even off-the-balance sheet investments that provide a workable solution for that delayed IT refresh. The finance division at EMC is a non-profit arm of the company meaning they are not out to make a buck, but to save you a buck instead. So instead of making the next purchase to add atop of your giant Jenga pile of IT infrastructure look at how financing can empower you to make the right purchase. Read more from Steve at http://www.cfo-insight.com/risk-management-it/it/cfos-should-check-it-vendor-finance-options/

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