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IBM Global Financing: Quickly offer your clients financing on the go
Are you trying to quickly close those all-important deals on a deadline? Or on the road? Did you know that as an IBM Business Partner, you can rapidly extend the same excellent payment options to your clients that they can get directly from IBM?
With IBM Global Financing’s Rapid Financing app you can request a quote and generate contracts for the best payment plan for your client’s deal—on the go and in minutes!
And now, the Rapid Financing app has been redesigned with new features, including an easy-to-use interface that can provide planning rates and credit approvals with contracts for deals from USD 5,000 to USD 500,000. This allows you to more quickly generate client quotes, credit approvals and simple contracts for IBM and non-IBM solutions with fewer clicks.
Rapid Financing app v 4.0 has built-in user notifications and relevant alerts. There’s even a new information icon for more details on the different financing offerings and solutions within each product category. Plus, you’ll see web links that quickly connect you to additional information and insights relevant to the deals you’re working on.
I encourage you to become your own financing expert with the IBM Global Financing Rapid Financing app, and discover how quickly you can offer the best payment plan to your clients!
Director, Client Financing
IBM Global Financing
“When we are able to go in there with IBM Global Financing options, they see us as a more valuable Business Partner.”— Mike Thies, Manager IBM Software Practice, CDW. Watch the video to learn more: