Syremat has developed specific expertise in the field of finance and acts efficiently on behalf of customers looking to increase, make more dynamic, upgrade or migrate their equipment.
Technological renewal cycles are short, cash-flow is strategic to growth, budget and accounting contexts are difficult, the management of computer equipment and purchases are highly complex, etc. here are a few aspects, which when faced with the essential flexibility of company management, explain the increasing need to lease.
"After all, what is the difference between a car and a PC? Both are non-specific items of equipment. Their cost of upkeep depends more on the operating budget than the investment budget, in that they quickly become obsolescent and the notion of ownership at the end of period of finance is of little interest. Like your company vehicles, you can lease your computers and have the same benefits in terms of support and insurance. And whilst the advantages are similar in financial and fiscal terms, you can obtain special benefits by leasing from SYREMAT" (Jean-Pierre Butaye, General Manager Syremat sa).
A standard lease contract for a term normally that of the economic lifetime of the products financed. The lease charge is fixed and firm. This contract includes an "omnium informatique" insurance policy.
An ex post facto contract, that is it starts when deliveries are complete, which enables deliveries to be staggered and the products and services deployed, whilst limiting the number of finance contracts. We therefore proceed in phases, each of which has a lease and/or a specific period for each type of hardware. This facilitates the management accounting (ex: by cost centre) of your computer resources.
A lease contract preceded by the buy-back of all or part of your computer assets. In this way you free up liquidity and finance the acquisition of new products and services with the same contract.
A flexible contract which enables the lessee to modify the hardware at his disposal during the lease; this may be carried out at certain key dates, whilst maintaining the lease charge more or less constant and by extending the contract for a period equivalent to the initial term.