Wesleyan Bank to exhibit flexible finance solutions at itShowcase Event

Wesleyan Bank to unveil new cybersecurity white paper at The Enterprise Software Buyers Event

20 February 2018 – Wesleyan Bank (formerly Syscap) is exhibiting its specialist IT finance solutions which enable businesses to gain rapid access to new technology and realise efficiency savings at the Enterprise Software Buyers Event (27 February 2018, The Etihad Stadium, Manchester).

The Enterprise Software Buyers Event is run by itShowcase, who for more than 25 years has provided SMEs with an effective way to source complex software solutions and find their perfect business partner. Visitors to the Etihad Stadium will receive expert advice and guidance to help in the selection of ‘enterprise-wide’ software solutions, such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), accounting and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems.

Wesleyan Bank is an innovative and flexible alternative IT finance partner for businesses seeking tailored financial support to achieve profitable growth. The company’s unique finance programme has over 900 partners, including mainstream IT software vendors, resellers, distributors and cloud infrastructure providers.

As a trusted and experienced provider, Wesleyan Bank understands the budgetary pressures SMEs face in being able to keep up with advances in technology and maintain their competitive advantage. Its specialist payment over time offerings include flexible financial solutions to make IT software, hardware and associated support services easier to buy.

Staying ahead of cybersecurity risks

In addition, Wesleyan Bank will launch its new cybersecurity white paper exclusively at the Enterprise Software Buyers Event. The ‘Staying ahead of cybersecurity risks’ white paper offers businesses practical steps for keeping pace with a continuously evolving and increasing sophisticated threat landscape, without the need to overstretch their IT budgets.

Steve Deutsch, Chief Executive of Wesleyan Bank, comments, “From innovative cloud-based software and integrated mobile solutions, technology is no longer a barrier for SMEs who wish to compete with bigger, more established companies.  But businesses must carefully decide how to fund significant and ongoing IT investments – choosing the wrong option could restrict their available working capital and in turn hinder their growth potential.

“Flexible and tailored IT finance solutions from specialist providers such as Wesleyan Bank can help to minimise risk concerned with making large, upfront investments and overcome common buying objections. They enable businesses to acquire the technology they need and have it installed before they are required to start paying towards the cost of software and additional services.”

For more information about Wesleyan’s specialist IT finance solutions, visit the company’s stand at the Enterprise Software Buyers Event or go to https://vendor.wesleyan.co.uk/ Alternatively, call 0808 123 1990 or email bankcommercialsales@wesleyan.co.uk

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Notes to Editors

About Wesleyan Bank

Wesleyan Bank was established in 1993 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Wesleyan Assurance Society.

It provides tailored personal and commercial banking solutions to the professions, education and SME markets that span short and long-term loans and savings. It has strong professional affiliations including relationships with The Law Society of England and Wales, the Law Society of Scotland and ICAEW.

Wesleyan Assurance Society, which celebrated its 175th anniversary in 2016, is one of the UK’s strongest financial mutuals with over £7 billion of assets under management as at 31 December 2017. Being a mutual ensures Wesleyan can focus on the long-term needs of its members, customers and its communities, rather than maximising short-term profitability for the benefit of shareholders.

Wesleyan Group comprises:

–    Wesleyan Bank – personal and commercial loans and deposits to SMEs, professions, IT vendors and resellers

–    Wesleyan Assurance Society –life pensions, protection and investment products

–    Wesleyan Financial Services Ltd–  advisory service for the professions including life and pension plans, investments and general insurance

–    Wesleyan Unit Trust Managers Ltd – ISA and Unit Trust manager

–    Practice Plan – the UK dental market’s leading provider of practice-branded patient membership plans and patient finance

–    DPAS – a major provider of practice-branded dental plans

For further information, please visit: www.wesleyanbank.co.uk

Press contact:

Ben Carey, Communications Manager, Wesleyan Bank
E: ben.carey@wesleyan.co.uk T: 01606 338008 / 07739 530188