Calculate Your 2021 Technology Tax Break
Posted on Oct 27, 2021 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

Through Section 179 of the federal tax code, businesses have an opportunity to generate a huge tax break on technology and equipment purchased, financed or leased in 2021. The maximum amount a business can expense under Section 179 rules is $1,050,000 for the purchase or lease of both new and used equipment, with a “total […]

Don’t Miss Your 2021 Tax Break! Improve Your Communications & Technology Before December 31
Posted on Sep 21, 2021 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

Through Section 179 of the federal tax code, businesses have an opportunity to generate a tax break on technology and equipment purchased, financed or leased in 2021.

Budget Constrained? How to Fund Better Communications for your Non-profit, School, or Government Agency
Posted on Apr 8, 2021 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

Like successful businesses, the public sector is striving to modernize and reform their Voice and IT environments. But the ongoing pandemic has made it tough for many organizations to obtain funding. Public sector administrators can deploy the new services and equipment they need by exploiting innovative financing arrangements. The main drivers that go into deciding […]

How Technology Strengthens Customer Loyalty… The Key to Your Future Success
Posted on Mar 30, 2021 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered consumer behavior, possibly permanently. In this new, more competitive environment, an organization’s ability to foster customer loyalty will determine its future. By paying the attention to the right details, organizations can use Customer Experience to charm prospects, improve satisfaction scores and retain existing customers. When businesses focus on exceeding expectations […]

How 5 High Value Technology Changes Put Small & Midsized Businesses on the Path to Recovery
Posted on Jan 27, 2021 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

Mitel surveyed more than 750 North American SMBs and shared insights about the business and technology impacts of COVID-19 and the outlook for SMBs amid the evolving crisis. Although the majority said they have been negatively impacted, one-third have accelerated their adoption of technology solutions due to the pandemic, and 40{3b3c2c4b05237dc71f8c61646acc7a492c4f8efec63bbc3e74b96e7bbaa7bece} are maintaining investments at […]

Jump on this End-of-Year Tax Break to Transform Your Business with New Technology!
Posted on Nov 19, 2019 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

New tax reform rules provide for a significant increases in the ability to generate a tax break on technology and equipment purchased, financed or leased in 2019. The maximum amount a business can use for Section 179 expensing has been increased to $1,000,000 for purchases of both new and used equipment.

3 Ways Unified Communication as a Service Supports Innovation and Business Agility
Posted on Feb 10, 2019 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

Why does the C-suite like the concept of As a Service? CIOs can increase computing power and functionality without the costs traditionally involved in upgrading software and on-site hardware. CFOs like XaaS because it reduces their IT infrastructure’s Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). And CEOs and CMOs like it, too, because it provides the entire […]

The 5G Revolution is Coming – Here’s What You Need to Know
Posted on Nov 10, 2018 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

The next generation of mobile technology is 5G, and it’s on its way to a location near you. 5G services are arriving in cities first… Service providers are starting to make the necessary technology investments in major markets now. What’s the big deal? 5G is expected to transform mobile connectivity, enabling up to 100 times […]

Act Now: 2018 Tax Break offers Higher Caps on Section 179 Technology Expensing!
Posted on Oct 20, 2018 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

The 2018 tax law provides for significant increases in the ability to generate a tax break on equipment purchases. The maximum amount a business can use for Sec. 179 expensing has been increased from $500,000 to $1,000,000 for purchases of both new and used equipment. In addition, immediate expensing has been expanded to include additions […]

Why the Cloud is Pushing CFOs to Shift from CAPEX to OPEX
Posted on Jun 20, 2018 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

Traditionally for technology investments, CFOs preferred capital expenditures (CAPEX) over operating expenses (OPEX) because they could take advantage of amortization and depreciation of those investments over an extended period of time. The growing role of OPEX in IT spending Operating expenses are generally stable and used for the day-to-day costs of running a business. While […]