ImmixGroup unveils new purchase plans

Government reseller immixGroup announced new payment plans that give agencies some flexibility in how they buy technology.

The company is offering a lease with option to purchase and a lease to own program that customers can tweak to fit their needs. Agencies also can sign up for graduated payment and skip payment plans. Other options include share-in-savings contracts, fee-per-use financing and outsourcing financing.

The new options make it easier for agencies to buy the technology they need even during the budget shortfall that most agencies face, according to immixGroup.

“Mapping technology solutions to requirements is certainly an important part of the sales cycle in the government market, but obtaining the funding to support the procurement is equally important,” said Art Richer, senior vice president of immixGroup.

Technology manufacturers, systems integrators and government customers will benefit from customized, adaptable payment plans for any essential equipment, software or solution, the company said in a statement.

Based in McLean, Va., immixGroup sells products made by more than 100 manufacturers, including IBM, Symantec and Network Appliance.

About the Author

David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.

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