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DFI Completes Leasing Deals with State of CO & Privia

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DYNAMIC FUNDING, INC. COMPLETES COMMERCIAL FINANCING DEALS WITH STATE OF COLORADO AND PRIVIA

Englewood, CO (April 23, 2012) – Dynamic Funding, Inc. (DFI), a Colorado based equipment leasing company, announces that it has completed fair market value equipment leases with the State of Colorado and Privia LLC, a technology solutions company. The operating lease with the State helped to facilitate a necessary hardware upgrade. Privia’s lease allowed the company to acquire both hardware and software assets to support the company’s growth.

“As the economy begins to improve, we are seeing more and more companies look toward operating leases as a way to help them finance the necessary equipment and technology upgrades, while preserving their working capital,” says Jim Tarbell, President of Dynamic Funding, Inc. “We look forward to continuing to support both public and private sector entities in their growth strategies and with the financing necessary to operate their businesses.”

Dynamic Funding, Inc. (DFI) is a Colorado based, locally owned and operated, independent equipment leasing company. Founded in 1996, DFI is a full service lessor that provides equipment financing for technology assets, software and services, and additional operating equipment. For more information, please visit www.dynamicfundinginc.com.

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More Companies Optimistic About Economy & Hiring

According to a recent article by the Associated Press, “A growing number of chief executives at large U.S. companies say they are more optimistic about the economy and plan to step up hiring. The brighter view from the boardroom comes after the best three months of job growth in two years.”

We see this as a good sign that the economy may have turned a corner and many companies will be looking to make significant investments in technology, operational improvements and talent.  If your company’s entering into a growth mode, you will have to decide whether to conserve or utilize your working capital.  Should you secure a line of credit or bank loan?  Lease or pay cash?  The timing is right to consider how you will invest in the necessary resources to grow your business without over-leveraging.

Read the full article: “More CEOs of big companies say they’re in a hiring mode.”