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Office supplies retailer offers practical payment solutions for SMEs

Office supplies retailer offers practical payment solutions for SMEs

A Leeds-based retailer of office supplies and furniture has recently entered the market, bringing with it a user-friendly and fully transactional website, and a practical leasing solution to help cash-strapped businesses afford quality office supplies.

The Office Supplies Supermarket specialise in all manners of office supplies – from office stationery and furniture right through to paper, printer supplies and even coffee for the office kitchen.

The team have an impressive 16 years of purchasing experience in the market, and place particular attention on the customer service aspect of the supply process, promising “no grumpy delivery men… just friendly service, specialist installation if you require it, and every now and then something chocolate-related in your delivery.”

Part of the new online office products retailer group The Supermarket Online, the Office Supplies Supermarket have recently added a new string to their bow by introducing leasing options on large orders, on equipment such as printers.

The new addition is designed to assist smaller companies that would normally be unable to afford multiple items or high quality office furniture, especially with the continued challenges faced as a result of the troubled UK economy. Therefore the group have teamed up with Plus Finance, which means that companies taking orders of ┬ú1,000 or more can now spread the cost over 3 – 5 years.

The new system has been well received by customers of the Office Supplies Supermarket, and as pointed out by Commercial Manager Chris Armstrong, allows businesses “to overcome cash flow and budget constraints by spreading the cost.”

For more details and to order office products online, visit the website at TheOfficeSuppliesSupermarket.com.

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