Laptop leasing is an alternative to buying, whereby the term of the lease is for a fixed period with fixed periodic repayments and no hidden costs.
Leasing IT assets brings several benefits, including:
- Optimising your company’s tech costs,
- Diversifying your procurement options,
- Taking inventory management off your shoulders,
- Providing up-to-date firmware and cybersecurity, and more.
One such service provider offering laptop leasing services in Malaysia is Rentalworks, a provider of IT asset lifecycle management services.
To break it down, they curate the right devices for your team, procure them, and maintain them throughout their lifecycle.
This lowers the initial capital needed to upgrade your device line-up. Plus, with proper maintenance carried out by Rentalworks, you can save money and time by avoiding operational down-time.
The goal is to extend your devices’ lifespans, yet make switching to a newer line-up as easy as possible too.
At the end of the day, a laptop leasing service with end-to-end management of IT assets aims to empower you to benefit from top-of-the-line devices more affordably, anytime you want to.
But what happens when your devices reach the end of their lifecycles and you want to get rid of them? Will they just become e-waste?
A cost-efficient and eco-conscious solution
Apart from extending the longevity of devices, Rentalworks can also help companies offload unwanted devices which can then be reused or scrapped sustainably.
IT assets with no more market value will be recycled by breaking down their components into categorised parts such as ferrous metals, precious metals, and plastics.
On the other hand, for a device to be reused, Rentalworks will carry out secure data sanitisation to ensure that an organisation’s sensitive and confidential data is properly destroyed.
All these efforts to handle an IT asset’s end of life are part of the company’s mission to enable early adoption of the circular economy.