Roland DGA Launches Wide-Format Printer Rental Program
IRVINE, CA—March 19, 2012—Roland DGA has announced a new rental program for its line of inkjet printers and printer/cutters. Available to customers in the United States only, the new Roland Rental Program provides flexible financing options for customers with short-term equipment requirements, as well as businesses that do not qualify for traditional financing programs.
“Buying a new Roland inkjet is one of the best ways for a graphics provider to expand his or her business,” said Andrew Oransky, director of marketing and product management. “However, the credit crunch of the past few years has made it difficult for many businesses to qualify for a lease or other financing. The Roland Rental Program is designed to help these businesses quickly and easily obtain the equipment they need in order to grow. It is also an excellent option for businesses with short-term projects, such as election year signage, where added production capacity is needed on a temporary basis.”
Available exclusively for Roland VersaCAMM, VersaArt and VersaStudio models, the Roland Rental Program offers one- and three-year options at affordable monthly rates. Warranty coverage is included in the monthly payment for the life of the rental, covering parts and labor, with the exception of consumable items.
In addition to the rental program, Roland Financial Services offers a variety of flexible leasing options through Geneva Capital that enable customers to preserve their existing credit lines while growing their business. For more information, call (800) 542-2307 or visit www.rolanddga.com.
Headquartered in Irvine, CA, Roland DGA serves as the U.S.-based marketing, distribution and sales arm of Roland DG Corp. in Hamamatsu, Japan. Celebrating 30 years of innovation, Roland provides business-critical solutions everyday to professionals across the sign, grand-format, sublimation, UV inkjet, digital graphics, vehicle graphics, fine-art, medical, dental, photography, packaging, label, engraving and 3D modeling industries.