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Cisco Capital is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cisco Systems, specializing in providing
innovative leasing and financing for Cisco (and Meraki) solutions worldwide.
Operating lease, sometimes
called a Fair Market Value (or
Finance lease, sometimes called
a Full Pay-Out lease
Pay for the use of the equipment, not its ownership
At the end of the term, simply return the equipment to us or
purchase it for its Fair Market Value
Help achieve desired treatment for financial reporting purposes
Ideal for customers who want to keep the equipment at the end of
the lease term
Spread payments over time and own the equipment at the end of the
This option allows customers to retain ownership upon purchase and frees
up capital for day-to-day business. Payments can be structured to match
deployment and economic benefit.
When To Offer Cisco Capital Financing To Your Customers
You can offer Cisco Capital financing to any customers purchasing Cisco/Meraki solutions.
There are no minimum deal amounts or special requirements.
Get a copy of the items being quoted to your customer
As early as possible contact Chris Lynch – Partner Account Manager
• [email protected]
Office (212) 714-4247
Mobile (516) 697-6454
Chris will align you with the appropriate Cisco Capital account manager
Provide them a copy of the quote
For opportunities valued at
o $500,000 or less, Cisco Capital will try to qualify your customer based on public information – if none is available a
copy of your customer’s financials may be required
o $500,000 or more, Cisco Capital will ask for audited financial statements and similar collateral
Cisco Capital will process the request and maintain communication with you and your customer
Once the financing is approved and customer has signed financing documents, Cisco Capital will send the PO to you and we
fulfill the order and invoice them for payment
This is a great opportunity to talk to customers who have projects pending, who are planning
projects or who may be delaying them based on financial concerns.