Trinidad Systems Limited’s ("TSL") approach to marketing Xerox has always been different from that of the competition. TSL is not in the business of delivering faxes, printers, scanners or copiers. TSL's approach has always been to analyze the work environment and the document work flow towards delivering a solution which maximizes investment return and increases productivity.
TSL Leasing Company Limited ("TSLL") is a wholly owned subsidiary of Trinidad Systems Limited and was established in February 1999 with its raison d’être being the management of operating leases inclusive of full service maintenance (provided by TSL) to its most valued and credit qualified customers.
TSLL is poised for even greater success in the future as we have a competitive pricing model and maintain excellent customer relationships and focus.
Don't let cash flow restrict your business growth
As new opportunities arise, the need for additional equipment becomes urgent as businesses strive to move forward. Whether a small enterprise or a multinational corporation, all companies share a common denominator—cash flow is the lifeblood of business. Even for a company with large cash reserves, financing equipment acquisitions makes business sense by matching cost to benefit. Cash flow becomes predictable and justifiable. Rather than tying up precious working capital or bank credit lines, smart businesses let the equipment benefits pay for the equipment...while their cash reserves and borrowing power work to fund other vital areas of operation.
Immediate Acquisition of Equipment 
You can acquire the equipment that is needed now, and not when you can access a large amount of cash.
Conserves Working Capital                     
Capital can be employed for other profitable purposes. Further, because we are supplying an alternative line of credit, existing credit lines remain undisturbed.   You receive 100% financing, eliminating the need for a down payment or a large Capital outlay.
Off-balance Sheet Source of Funds
You can maintain your ROE, ROI, ROA, and many other financial ratios by utilizing leasing instead of borrowing: The treatment of operating leases for balance sheet management and tax reporting also make leasing advantageous.
An operating lease is not reported as a long-term debt or liability, and does not appear on your business’ balance sheet. So you enjoy the use of the equipment you need, while maintaining favorable debt to equity ratios and other financial measurements required by traditional lenders. For tax purposes, operating leases are treated as overhead expenses so lease payments are deducted from your pre-tax profits.
Equipment Obsolescence
You avoid the risk of owning equipment that is no longer technologically useful or valuable. This risk is assumed by TSL Leasing. This also enables an equipment re-fresh so you can have the latest equipment affordably, and is especially important in rapidly evolving equipment categories such as our Xerox multi-function devices.
Ease of equipment disposition is another benefit of leasing that cannot be underestimated. The cost of removal, environmental fees (in the case of some types of equipment such as multi function devices), which under the terms of outright ownership can be significant, are avoided with leasing.