Panasonic offers new finance options for Toughbook

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Panasonic Computer Solutions Co., the manufacturer of Panasonic Toughbook mobile computers, has introduced new flexible financing options.

Panasonic says its lease and payment offerings will enable customers to respond to organizational requirements to contain costs, while maintaining their commitments to process improvements they identified as important before the economic downturn. Financing choices include 0 percent leasing for 36 months, step payments, flexible payments, and deferral and lease-back programs up to 60 months.

The new finance options are being made available as part of the company’s longstanding relationship with Panasonic Finance Solutions, provided by CoActiv Partners. For more information on the full range of financial solutions being offered by Panasonic, click here.

“Our customers rely on technology from Panasonic as an important strategic tool for their mission-critical mobile work forces,” says Rance Poehler, president of Panasonic Computer Solutions Co. “During tough economic times, customers need to know that they have the solutions and partners in place to be successful in the long run.”

Toughbook notebooks have extremely high reliability rates, longer-term ownership and high residual values maintained through the life of a deployment, the company says. These values can help customers negotiate better lease terms through fair market value buy-back programs available from Panasonic’s partner, PlanITROI, an end-of-life information technology asset management company.