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Perfect Colours Launches Deferred Payment Option for HP Designjet Printers

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Perfect Colours, a London-based value added reseller of large format digital printing solutions, has announced a new finance option for print service providers (PSPs) wishing to upgrade to new HP Designjet printers.  

The new ‘deferred payment plan’ offers PSPs the option of deferring payment for new HP Designjet printers for 6 months from the date of delivery and installation.  The offer covers all HP Designjet large format printers - including the most recent Latex models - and is available with immediate effect.   

Jason Burroughs, managing director of Perfect  Colours, comments, “We have introduced this offer to enable customers looking to invest in wide format solutions the chance to build some business and revenue from the Designjet machine before having to actually pay for it.  We think this will greatly benefit our customers in this challenging business climate.”

Perfect Colours has been ratified as an official HP-authorised service partner for DesignJet printers and is able to service and support all HP DesignJet printers under the HP warranty.

As with all financial arrangements, the 6-months deferred payment option from Perfect Colours is subject to standard terms and conditions. 

For businesses looking to learn more about HP’s latex printers, Perfect Colours has announced it will be hosting two Open Days – one in Nottingham on 16th February and one in London later this month.  For more information, please contact Perfect Colours via email info@perfectcolours.com or call 0845 680 9000.

For more information on Perfect Colours, please visit www.perfectcolours.com


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