Exertis has appointed a Business Development Manager (BDM) to promote its Device-as-a-Service (DaaS) proposition to resellers. Andy Jones, previously at Tech Data, will report to Rik Hubbard, Exertis Commercial and Services Director for Mobile.
The Exertis DaaS model enables end user customers to avoid large capital investments, enjoy more predictable costs, reduce the management burden, increase security and provide employees with the latest technology.
Resellers benefit from immediate payment and no credit risk, as lease agreements are between the leasing company and end customer.
Hubbard said: “Mobile phones, tablets and laptops have a residual value and our DaaS offering ensures that companies maximise their assets. Resellers can offer their customers the opportunity to take out a residual value lease, which is a unique development for the industry, rather than repaying the cash price and the interest.”
Exertis’s proposition enables resellers’ customers to add any number of managed services to the lease, providing a completesolutions bundle that can incorporate repair, refreshment and asset tagging, as well as device procurement.