School Computer Leasing
First Capital provides your school with very low interest funds for every need; just one computer lab,
computer leasing for the whole school or computer leasing for the entire district...
computers-desktops or notebooks, network cabling, printers,
routers, storage and backup, furniture and software. Purchase with
the best school & educations discounts available to your school. Our
school computer municipal lease pricing will based on the most discounted
purchase prices that you can obtain including any state contract that you may
have access to.
Single Source School Leasing
You can include all of your school computer
equipment; hardware, software, peripherals, networking & cabling in a
single lease, with a single payment over whatever term works for your
Purchase your school computer hardware, office and educational
software from the major manufacturers of your choice.
Mix & Match vendors to get the best and most cost effective solution from HP, IBM, Dell, Apple, MAC,
iPads, Netbooks, Asus, Gateway & Microsoft, or any provider of your
Pay As You Go!
Our very low interest municipal school leases for desktops,
laptops, notebooks, wired and wireless networks, routers and servers makes it possible for
schools to make larger investments in critical school equipment and
IT infrastructure by spreading payments over multiple budget periods with annual,
semi-annual, quarterly or monthly payments. Why pay 100% in
advance (i.e. out of this year's budget) for equipment that will be
productive for several years?
Leases - What's The Real Deal?
READ the fine print on your end-of-lease options and costs and
ask a lot of questions. What is the real interest rate? So called
"tech refresh" leases claim that they keep your school in the latest IT
technology... Unfortunately, the old adage about there being "no free lunch" applies here as well. First, that
"obsolete" IT equipment that is too old for your school, is too old for
just about anyone else as well. In most cases it's barely "worth" the
cost of shipping it back (which is your financial responsibility--as well as
uninstalling it, wiping the drives, excessive wear & tear--and packing it all up
and the freight charges to "who knows where...." ) Its all buried in the numbers--the
additional charge to you of "upgrading" to new equipment and the pricing you are
being offered on the new equipment help make up the manufacturer's net
loss on the equipment they are taking back from your school.
Any way the manufacturer prices the "refreshed" equipment, it is very unlikely
that it will be as low as your school could obtain in the open market, if you were to re-shop
it from scratch. (And don't even think about "upgrading" to another manufacturer's
equipment as part of the refresh lease--forget it! You are locked in to the same vendor) Also, because the
manufacturer's "tech refresh" is often based on commercial interest rates rather than
the extremely low municipal interest that only a
qualifying entity like your school is entitled to
under I.R.S. regulations, you're probably making higher payments than you would
be under a tax-exempt school municipal lease for the same equipment. That "free lunch" may not
look like such a tasty deal, after you wade through all of the fine print.
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School Computer Leasing
Any Configuration, Any
No Obligation, Of Course!