xfinam is a strategic financial consulting firm that brings together experts from both the IT solutions and technology finance worlds to architect custom, highly effective deal structures to enable companies to deploy innovation while protecting financial objectives.
WHAT WE DO
xfinam has developed a comprehensive, flexible set of programs that provide your customers with a multitude of
financial options to implement technology innovations now, not later. Later, they’re not so innovative….
If you’re only putting a “sales” price on the table,
you risk looking like everyone else.
We give your team the confidence to ask the right questions – EARLY – to understand the client’s financial strategy.
Together, we’ll create a financial solution that meets their objectives, and accelerates decision making.
STRATEGIC DEAL STRUCTURES
Every customer has their own set of financial goals and challenges to meet. Low rates alone don’t solve those issues, intelligent deal structures do.
Our ability to match costs to consumption, bridge gaps in existing asset leases and project schedules, and create all-inclusive term schedules are
unique to the industry, and game changing for you.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
“XfinAM has a unique value proposition to offer in a space where we traditionally struggled to add value.”
“What most IaaS providers do not have is anyone like you all that will help us stay in control, engaged and keep things moving in these larger/more complex deals.”
“By 2020, IDC predicts that enterprise spending on cloud services, the hardware and software to support cloud services, and the services for implementing and managing cloud services will exceed $500 billion, more than three times what it is today.”
In the Robert Half Management Resources survey, 41 percent of chief financial officers (CFOs) said staying current with changing technology is the greatest pressure facing their accounting and finance teams. Meeting regulatory compliance mandates followed at 24 percent.
“CFOs have a significantly lower view of IT’s ability to meet upcoming challenges than CEOs, suggesting that CIOs have not done enough to demonstrate the impact of IT investments on financial and business metrics.”