Which Solutions suits your business?
Leasing is accessible! Whether your business is just starting out, or looking to grow further, employees will need the latest IT equipment to work efficiently in order to achieve the best results. Paying outright for the latest tech can be costly, and can take up a significant portion of your funding that could be spent on other areas of the business. When you lease your IT equipment, your team will have the latest tech at their disposal, and your companies cash flow will remain intact!
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Get more than just IT Equipment
HardSoft specializes in IT leasing to businesses of all sizes, especially new businesses & startups! With a dedicated suite of solutions to suit any business, however new! With any one of our HardSoft Solutions, you are guaranteed our three years ‘No-Quibble’ Warranty and Technical support package. These great options mean that you do not need dedicated IT staff but can use our engineers for your support needs! This includes all PC’s, Apple Mac’s and Laptops. This warranty is inclusive of all parts & labour.
Getting Credit Approved
New company? No problem! If your company has an Experian Rating then we can certainly help, often without a Personal Indemnity. Whether you’re a business that started yesterday or ten years ago, at HardSoft there’s always a secure, finance & hardware solution for you!
Leasing is easy & accessible!
When you apply for your Solution we will check your company details & identify your Experian Credit Rating, that’s all we need! We’ll then get in contact & sort out the rest by asking you for any required information & e-sign doc completion, once that’s done we can deliver your hardware with Next-Day delivery!
Great for your companies cash flow & finances
Often banks charge sizeable setup fees for loans and can demand a ‘charge’ on a property – this is not the case when leasing through HardSoft. “Securing a loan from a bank can be tricky for small to medium-sized businesses, and leasing contracts can be easier to obtain, more flexible and quicker to arrange.” – Chartered Accountant, Tony Crisp, Giess Wallis Crisp LLP.
Get full support & flexibility
We are actively encouraging and supporting New and Startup businesses by offering the same terms and conditions whether you started trading yesterday or ten years ago! Whether you are a sole trader or a limited company.
Startups & Scaleups
The terms Startup and Scaleup are becoming more and more common in the business world. The key difference between the two is a simple one. Startups work in an environment of innovation, with the main aim of getting the business off the ground. Scaleups, however, have done the groundwork, are more established in the market, and have a clear vision on how they want to expand the business.
What is a Startup Business?
A startup is a company taking its first steps in the world of business. There are many different types of Startups; from small businesses to “feed the family”, to scalable Startups founded with the intention of dramatically changing the market, every business will go through the initial Startup phase getting the business off the ground. Once the Startup entrepreneur has secured funding to turn their passion into a business and has outlined the companies business model, they will need to invest money in employees, logistics, IT equipment etc. in order to get a foothold in the marketplace.
What is a Scaleup Business?
Once an organisation has completed its Startup phase, and has become established in the market, it may want to Scaleup and grow even more. Expanding the business brings dramatic changes, and poses new challenges. The company will need to invest in a number of departments, as well as hiring more specialist employees to work in their area of expertise. These employees will require the latest tech to perform highly demanding tasks efficiently, so sourcing cheaper, older hardware is not a viable option. Purchasing the latest tech for your team is expensive, and spending funding wisely will make or break the Scaleup process.