DaaS Value Calculator

OPEX VS CAPEX

Calculate Your Monthly Cost

In a few simple steps, calculate how you much you can save by switching your IT spending from CAPEX to OPEX. Discover a simple way to source, support, and manage IT with RND-IT Device as a Service (DaaS). 

Total Contract Value
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You could pay monthly payments of:
Compared to a Total Purchase Price inclusive of VAT of:
Making a potential saving of

How does the DaaS calculator work?

This DaaS calculator shows you what your monthly repayments are likely to be based on your Total Contract amount or Total cost of equipment selected on a rental basis. Just select how much you want to spend on your devices and how long you want the agreement to last. Then we’ll show your likely repayments based on criteria. This should give you an idea of the monthly commitment options available to you. You also have the option to ramp up or scale down your equipment, your Account Manager can assist in looking at the options available to you.

Please note, the amounts shown by our calculator will only be representative examples. Sometimes a more detailed conversation is required and to do that you will need to fill in the contact form – Don’t worry – it’s only a short one.

IT Leasing Made Simple

Stay ahead of changing technology by choosing DaaS. 

RND-IT delivers business IT solutions and IT services to Start-ups, SME and Enterprise businesses. Device as a service (DaaS) allows organisations to stay ahead of technology through regular upgrades and without large capital expenditures.  Simply pay a monthly fee for a secure business device with your applications preinstalled and ready to go.   

Capital expenditures (CapEx) refers to the money a company spends towards fixed assets, such as the purchase, maintenance, and improvement of buildings, vehicles, equipment, or land. You might also hear this called PP&E, short for property, plant, and equipment.

Operating expenses (OpEx) are the funds that support your day-to-day business. OpEx items are generally used up within the year they are purchased. OpEx purchases cover pay-as-you-go items that show up on an organization’s profit and loss statement, and they are deducted from income as they occur.

A typical on-premise IT infrastructure generally requires significant CapEx including hardware, equipment, and maintenance. The upfront costs are predictable, but the lifetime of CapEx items and total maintenance costs are uncertain. On the other hand, a cloud environment on a platform like Microsoft Azure operates on an OpEx model where a company only pays for what it needs at the specific point in time, on a monthly basis. Risks are lower and no equipment maintenance is required.

Device-as-a-Service (DaaS) combines hardware, software, and managed services into a single contract with a pay-per-user cost. It starts with the selection of devices based on; budget, user groups, technology cycles, application demands, environment, corporate policies and aspirations. Once these have been identified and agreed, devices are configured and deployed according to their specific user groups.

At RND, we work alongside customers to identify and map their organisations user communities. It is our objective to simplify the management of end users device and allow customers to focus on their business, rather than managing end user related infrastructure. Our end to end service is underpinned by ISO9001 and ISO27001 processes to allow customers peace of mind with regards to data security and quality.

Scale is not an issue for our business, please contact us for more information.

Customers will have access to support from 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday through our UK Service desk with Out of hours fault logging available. All DaaS contracts include next working day device swap out and helpdesk services.

Businesses can save in excess of 26% on the cost of equipment compared with buying outright using our 18month DaaS plans. As it would be an operating lease, full tax relief can be claimed for the back on the equipment. These are subject to standard financial reporting practices and further information can be provided on request.

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