IBM is attempting to boost short-term demand for its products in the small and medium business sector with an incentive scheme offering rebates on selected hardware purchased this year.
Customers can receive rebates of up to £240 per item, on a limit of 20 desktops and Thinkpad notebooks and two IBM Netfinity servers.
Director of small and medium business sales at IBM, Ermammo Zoboli, said the scheme aimed to make IBM kit more affordable for companies in this sector.
"Our cashback programme helps those customers who always longed for IBM quality and reliability, but wanted them at a more affordable price," Zoboli said.
Claims forms can be found on the IBM website and must be lodged by the end of January 2000.
Rebates will take up to six weeks to arrive.
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