Secure your next drone on finance
Drone technology has never been more accessible than it is now for start-up companies due to drone financing. Here at COPTRZ, we work with two finance companies to provide flexible drone finance options to both personal and business customers. We provide this offer across a number of platforms from the drones themselves, to the payload, software, and training solutions.
FLEXIBLE MONTLY PAYMENT PLANS
Starting a new drone business? Wanting to expand your fleet? We can provide a finance option to assist you. We work with third-party finance providers for all of our hardware and software, as well as our impressive CAA training courses.
So if you’re a new start-up drone business with a limited budget, then this is an ideal option for you. Not only can you get finance on your new drone, you can also train your team and split the cost over a 12 month period. We can help you and your company access the latest and greatest technology.
If drone finance isn’t for you, we do offer a number of other payment methods from the following:
- Debit/Credit cards via Sagepay
- Debit/Credit cards and Paypal transactions via PayPal
- Proforma Invoice
- 30 Days Invoice depending on credit check result
OPERATING LEASE OPTIONS
Here at COPTRZ we also offer the option for an operating lease, as well as the finance option.
What is an operating lease?
An operating lease is a lease whose term is short compared to the useful life of the asset or piece of equipment (an airliner, a ship, etc.) being leased.
How could this benefit you and your business?
This gives your business the opportunity to access the latest technology, and therefore be one step ahead of the game. It allows the avoidance of paying the full cost of ownership and can be borrowed for the time that you need the drone. It’s also the most flexible way of sourcing the newest equipment for the lowest upfront and annual investment.
As drone technology advances, it naturally becomes more expensive to buy the latest products. Drone leasing is an ideal way to cut the cost over a large period of time, particularly for new businesses.