FARNBOROUGH, UK, 9th July 2009 – Autodesk announced today that it will offer 0% finance – and nothing to pay for five months – for a limited period, to help firms in the UK purchase new Autodesk design software or upgrades.
The offer is made in partnership with Syscap Ltd – the UK’s leading independent IT finance provider. It will mean that companies can purchase or upgrade to new software without spending valuable capital or putting their cash flow at risk.
The Autodesk Finance 0% offer can be used to purchase Autodesk software and related hardware, services, implementation and ongoing maintenance. While the software is available immediately, repayments are spread over a fixed 36 month period, so the technology can benefit the business, as it pays for it. Repayments can also be flexible, to fit in with companies’ budgeting and cash flow needs.
“In today’s economic climate, it is more important than ever to listen to customers and react quickly to their needs. Businesses across our market sectors need to invest in innovation like never before. They need software capable of delivering productivity gains and competitive advantage. This innovative finance offer from Autodesk gives us the ability to deliver our solutions to our customers in an affordable and flexible way, helping them to reduce costs and maximise creativity,” says Pete Baxter, senior director, Autodesk Northern Europe.
Autodesk Finance’s 0% finance offers are available with immediate effect to qualifying applicants in the UK only. For more information, including features and benefits and FAQs, please visit:
or contact your nearest Autodesk Approved Reseller.
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