Founded in 2002, Quadrent is a non-bank lender specialising in equipment finance and lease accounting software. Our core leasing services have reshaped equipment financing with a series of products that provide our customers with greater insights on how to finance, use and manage their assets better.
Ultimately, our purpose is to help our customers grow better, helping them be smarter with their balance sheet by providing tools to manage their assets simply and more sustainably. To do this, we have enhanced our core leasing service to repurpose and extend the useful life of assets. The goal is to significantly reduce the level of e-waste produced by New Zealand’s largest private and public organisations and to boost digital inclusion.
Our commitment to sustainability will help our customers to measure their environmental impact, improve outcomes and expand the value of their social contribution.
Quadrent is committed to offering the following support as part of the Digital Boost Alliance Initiative:
A lack of digital skills and access to technology is holding as many as 1 in 7 young New Zealanders back from opportunities to take part in our digital economy.
Quadrent and BNZ have partnered to deliver a New Zealand first – a green leasing solution for technology assets that will reduce e-waste entering landfill and provide digital technology such as laptops, smartphones and computer screens to communities in need around New Zealand.
Our Quadrent Green Lease product provides the opportunity for technology assets to be donated to schools and community organisations, many who are desperately seeking support to get online and take advantage of the digital tools and services that many of us take for granted.
Our Green Lease customers can choose to donate up to 10% of their leased assets when they have reached the end of their corporate life. Quadrent’s commitment is to match that with a further donation of up to 10%. For example, if an organisation has a fleet of 1,000 laptops, a donation of 200 laptops will be made at the conclusion of the Green Lease to an approved digital inclusion charity.
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