Managed Rental: When you are under managed
rental, you can get out of your contract in 90 days. There
is no risk that you may have purchased a system that you
will out grow or will not meet your future needs
Lease: Leasing equipment requires the
Lessee to be responsible for the entire term of the equipment
Rental: CSI’s Managed Rental, is
a pure operating expense to you. You are getting the functionality
that you need to run your business without having to track
Equipment Lessees are responsible for tracking the asset
through its entire lease. Only 90% of a Lease is written
off as an operating expense (you should speak with your
accountant on this matter) and this must be tracked by
Rental: With CSI’s Managed Rental
program, the burden of maintenance, interest, taxes and
insurance is managed by CSI.
The Lessee of equipment must manage all maintenance costs,
Rental: The end user transfers all risk
of obsolescence to CSI since there is no obligation to
own equipment at the end of the Managed Rental.
The Lessee bears all the risk of premature equipment Obsolescence.
Rental: CSI provides the network for
local and long distance, so there is never any finger
pointing. CSI provides you with the service you want,
without having to manage the process yourself.
If you have a network from one company and the system
from another, when there are interoperability issues,
there will be finger pointing and your business will suffer.
Rental: Renting usually has a lower impact
on Lease flow due to lower payments when there is a down
turn in the number of employees/telephones.
Leasing equipment has a greater, immediate impact on Cash
flow. If you add additional equipment to the lease, you
will have to continue to pay for it through the term of
the lease, whether you us it or not.