The combination of Capital Cost Allowance treatment and flexible
Microsoft Financing options makes the final part of 2007 a perfect time
to make the move to a new business software solution.
TORONTO, Nov. 15 /CNW/ - JustFoodERP and Microsoft Canada is making it
easy for food companies to make the investment in a new business software
system. With the combination of capital cost treatments, financing options,
and aggressive price promotions, the timing is better than ever.
In Canada, the capital cost allowance for software assets permits
companies to write down software costs at 100% first year, subject to the half
year rule. Effectively, this means that companies could make a software
investment late in the calendar year and take advantage of 50% depreciation -
music to every CFO's ears.
In addition to the CCA treatment, companies looking to defer cash flow
expenditures can finance their software, training, and hardware purchases
through Microsoft Financing. This vehicle is a financing arrangement, not a
lease. With payment deferral options, companies who purchase $100,000 in
software and services can make first year payments of $50 per month followed
by three years of payments at approximately $3,450 per month.
With Microsoft Financing, interest costs are not determined by company
size, but rather transaction amount and term. Even better, financing is not
secured against other assets or credit lines leaving room for other
investments in the company.
Teamed with Microsoft, JustFoodERP is able to offer Canadian food
companies aggressive pricing making this quarter (before December 31st) the
right time to buy.
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