LOS ANGELES, CA (January 3, 2012) Taycor Financial, an award winning leader in the equipment leasing and financing industry is excited to announce the launch of their new website, taycor.com. Since 1997, Taycor has centered on a culture of constant improvement to reach the company’s objective, to help customers and vendor partnerships achieve greater success. With the last redesign completed in 2008, the goal of the current overhaul is to provide a more functional, user-friendly navigation experience. The mission was to provide the desired information or action all within three clicks of the mouse.
Michael Hong, director of business development at Taycor, says: “The website refresh and site architecture design was planned around the 3 clicks concept. During the storyboarding phase, if the user entered the site at any point and couldn’t get to where they wanted to go within three clicks of the mouse, we started over. At least five fully developed working models were designed and created, only to be dragged into the desktop recycle bin. We collaborated with long time partners in the equipment leasing industry to compile, meet, and then exceed user expectations. The result is a consummate presentation of equipment leasing and financing information available to users around-the-clock.”
NEW YORK, NY (Source: Top Ten Reviews) Office equipment leasing is a valuable alternative and powerful financial tool to help your business grow and thrive. Making sure you are working with a reputable and solid company is vitally important. That is why we rated Taycor Financial as one of our top choices for online equipment leasing companies. This company is continually striving to meet and exceed their customer’s expectations and rise above the industry standards for quality and service. They have even made the “Inc 500” list of America’s fastest growing private companies.
Taycor Financial is proud to partner with Toys for Tots and the U.S. Marine Corp in helping children experience the joys of Christmas.
LOS ANGELES, CA (November 10, 2011) Pick up the newspaper or turn the radio on and it’s not news that the economy is still in a slump, and the job market is all but stalled. Even though the media has painted a picture of doom and gloom, at least until the government can make some headway on the job market or the proposed deficit reduction, Taycor Financial of Los Angeles, CA is opening its doors wide to growth and expansion.
Inducted and listed in the top 20 Inc. 500 fastest-growing private companies, growth is not a new concept at Taycor. “The floodgates are opening. Customers who delayed replacing aging equipment, or leasing new equipment since the downturn can’t put it off any longer,” said Bob Skibinski, Taycor Financial CEO.
Taycor and its vendor finance partners are seeing significant growth in sales as they remain committed to approving wider credit windows, faster, at a lower rate, and with less paperwork. Actively recruiting new sales talent and welcoming prodigal sons back from service in other industries; Taycor, has expansion firmly rooted on the mind as 4th quarter quickly approaches.
LOS ANGELES, CA (September 8, 2011) Michael Hong of Atlanta, GA has joined the Taycor Financial team as Director of Business Development and Marketing. In his new role, Hong will be responsible for growth and development initiatives as Taycor continues to grow quickly during the economic recovery. He will be working towards not only creating new and innovative lease programs to grow equipment seller partnerships, but also streamlining in-house processes to create a fast and easy user experience for equipment buyers. In preparation Hong expects to recruit, train, and grow the sales department through the end the year and into 2012.
Hong brings 10 years of equipment finance and leasing industry experience from a direct competitor to Taycor. Previously serving as the VP of Business Development for a nationwide leasing company based in Atlanta, GA; Hong expects to use his experience to directly and immediately contribute to the continued growth and success at Taycor. Hong makes his return to the equipment leasing industry after serving as Director of Imports (North America) at a South Korean steel mill.
Commercial equipment financing is becoming the best financial option for businesses of all sizes. Yet, many organizations don’t fully understand all their commercial equipment financing options.
- What is a lease?
- Is a lease better than buying outright?
- What type of equipment can be leased?
- How will I know if leasing is the right option for my business?
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- How long does the equipment financing process take?
- Can you lease or finance used equipment?
- What happens at the end of the lease term?
- What is the interest rate on the equipment lease?
- Can the equipment lease be paid off early?
- Will my commercial lease payments be tax deductible?
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- What is the minimum size lease transaction?
- How long do we have to be in business?
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