At the beginning of last year, we announced an exciting promotion through Microsoft Financing called the 6/50 promotion. The 6/50 promotion allowed clients who utilized Microsoft Financing for their purchases to pay only $50 per month for the first six months of their term and then pay the remainder of the balance off over the rest of the term. The 6/50 promotion was widely successful and we received many great comments and pieces of feedback about it. As always, we listened to the feedback and are launching a NEW and even RICHER Microsoft Financing promotion this year!
Introducing the SmartPay promotion from Microsoft Financing. Just like the 6/50 promotion, it is designed to help clients defray upfront costs while still being able to take advantage of Microsoft Financing for their hardware, software, and implementation needs around their Microsoft solutions; however, with SmartPay, they have even more options and flexibility. The way it works is, your clients choose what they want their monthly payments to be for the first 12 months of their Microsoft Financing agreement, then the remainder is paid off in equal monthly payments over the remainder of the term.
For the first 12 months, they can choose to have their monthly payments be: $50, $100, $200, $500, or $1,500 per month. After that, the remainder is divided into equal monthly payments. Just like all Microsoft Financing deals, the only way for clients to get Microsoft Financing is through you, our Partners, so be sure to sign up to offer Microsoft Financing to your clients today!
Thank you and have a wonderful day,
Eric LigmanMicrosoft US Senior ManagerSmall Business Community EngagementThis posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights
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