Call Recording Systems – Lease To Buy
Buying on lease has many advantages and the lease option we use means that you end up owning the equipment at the end of the term. Lease to buy means that you can hold on to your capital and use it for growing your business.
You will have a fixed and manageable monthly payment, irrespective of interest rate fluctuations or other changes in the economy. Payments are fixed for the term of the agreement, protecting you from interest rate increases. This will enable you to budget accurately, giving you peace of mind.
The overall cost of your equipment will, of course, be very important to you. However, as you will not have to find the cost of the equipment ‘up front’, your choice will not be so limited. You will be able to focus on selecting the most productive, modern equipment for your business.
The finance is based on the value of the asset itself, no additional security is required. By leasing equipment, you free up your overdraft or bank loans for use in running your business
Frequently asked Questions
Why this product/service?
Hold on to your captial rather than investing up front for telephony equipment.
Manageable monthly payments so you can keep control of costs.
A range of equipment choices for call recording systems.
No additional securities required, so you can get set up straight away.
Every Call MattersFind out more
In this competitive world it makes sense to record your calls to ensure that your hard-won orders are captured precisely. Misheard instructions or incorrect delivery information will result in wasted time, effort, money and perhaps even damage a reputation you have spent years building.
Sales and Staff TrainingFind out more
It makes good sense to monitor and coach your employees in order to improve their performance on the phone. By using well handled, positive, recorded calls as examples of the standards you require you can watch morale grow, your customers’ experience improve and the company prosper.
ComplianceFind out more
There are currently several guidelines and laws relevant to the recording of calls. Firstly, under the Data Protection Act you must let your employees and customers know that you are recording calls and why – ie ‘for training and monitoring purposes’.