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Seon offering customers lease financing option

Posted on August 12, 2009

Mobile video surveillance systems supplier Seon Design Inc. has announced it is providing customers with the option of lease financing its products.

Eighty percent of all equipment in the U.S. is leased. Lease financing allows customers to acquire all the equipment they need up front, enabling them to purchase of newer technology that might otherwise be out of reach due to cost. It also protects the customer from technology change.

Lease financing eases budget or credit limitations, increases purchasing power, provides 100 percent financing and no down payment is required. Lease financing offers fixed-rate financing, and provides flexible options to renew, buy or return the assets. Flex-payments are also available to match cash flow requirements, making it easier for customers to control their budget.

For more information about Seon Design Inc.’s lease financing program, visit http://www.seondesign.com

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