SYSCAP

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SYSCAPSystem Capability (Army)
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Syscap is a strong, successful business that operates in professional markets very similar to our own.
Syscap chief executive Philip White said: "Small businesses are increasingly falling foul of the ICO.
Syscap Ltd, a UK IT finance provider, has launched Syscap Online, a new online sales aid for resellers.
It included Wesleyan Key Business Finance, Syscap, Close Leasing, New Ireland Assurance Company and former Cobbetts' partner Andrew Wright.
Philip White, Chief Executive of Syscap, says, "Three years on from the Lehman collapse and SMEs are still struggling to secure sensibly priced finance.
This month, FD Systems were awarded innovator of the month by Computer Reseller News and Syscap for their work with client Touchstone in Bath.
Only eight per cent of UK businesses say that their ability to access bank loans over the past year has improved, while 75 per cent of SMEs think that bank lending margins on loans are too high, up from 73 per cent last year, according to research from Syscap.
Some of its existing portfolio companies include Syscap, the UK's leading independent IT finance provider, and Apex Credit Management, a contingency collector of prime debt for major finan-ciainstitutions.
Banks have reduced their lending to leasing companies by 16 per cent in the last year, bringing outstanding loans down to [pounds sterling]23.8 billion ($38.1 as of March 31 2011) compared to [pounds sterling]28.4 billion a year ago says Syscap, a finance provider.
Our prospects are positive.' Chairman Sir Michael Bett told shareholders: 'Within Compelsolve all parts of the business performed well, enhancing the penetration of our existing customers whilst winning some new ones.' In December, Compel acquired the business of Syscap Computer Rentals, a short-term IT rental company with revenues of pounds 7.5 million for the year to March 31.
Parry Mitchell, founder and chairman, Syscap (Labour).