How To Buy

How you buy is just as important as what you buy.

The more you spend with us, the less you spend in general

It makes sense to plan a regular technology refresh, but it’s important that you get the best value from your budget.

When an organization is evaluating new technology, they often ask themselves the obvious question: what do I buy? But so often, they overlook an equally important question: how should I buy?

There are three ways you can choose to pay for your new technology. Two you are very familiar with; buying and leasing. Both are legitimate options, there is also a third option that operates as a termed rental agreement.

Traditional Capital Expenditure

When you acquire equipment through capital spending, you own it. Through your up-front investment, you have total control over its use, location, and disposition. Traditionally, there are two significant benefits of CapEx: your company will own the product outright, so you can alter and tweak it as you need, and once owned, you don’t continue paying for it.


Purchasing on a lease allows you to pay as your go, on a monthly or quarterly basis. This can free up budget dollars for more bottom line revenue producing projects. With a  lease, your risk of getting caught with obsolete technology is lower because you can build upgrades and add-ons into the lease.

Operationalizing Capital Expenditures

Plow also offers an equipment-as-a-service payment option for your premise based solution which future-proofs your technology equipment and ensures that you will always enjoy the best that technology has to offer. Designed as a termed rental, it allows for a manageable OPEX monthly payment for your technology needs. Different than cash, bank loans, or traditional leasing like a $1 buyout lease, operationalizing capital expenditures allows you to have more control, flexibility, and protection.


  • Protect your business
  • Preserve cash
  • Protect business credit lines
  • Budget cash flow
  • Improve balance sheets
  • Added tax benefits
  • Flexible end of term options

Interested in exploring a better, more simple way to buy IT?