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Kristine A. Snow

President of Cisco Capital

Kristine A. Snow is president of Cisco Systems Capital Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cisco Systems, Inc., where she leads the company’s global captive finance business.

Posts by Kristine A. Snow

Predictions for IT Financing in 2020

The closing of each year is a time to reflect. As the industry has evolved in 2019, the solutions for IT equipment leasing and financing have also changed to accommodate the inevitable disruption ahead in 2020. We’ve experienced eight trends... read more

Riding into the Financial Future: The Next Five Years of Captive Financing

The future of equipment financing reminds me quite a bit of college — biking in college, to be specific. Let me explain. Many college students work summer jobs in the weeks leading up to freshman year, saving money to meet... read more

Technology Vendor Finance: 20 Years of Maturation

This year, Cisco Capital celebrates its 20th anniversary. Amid the celebrations of reaching this considerable milestone, we reflected on the past two decades and recognized several insights into both the evolution of technology vendor finance and the technology industry as... read more

An Evolving Dynamic: Captive Financing in IT

Over the course of the past quarter century, captive finance organizations have served as the cornerstone in helping businesses drive IT innovation in new directions. The Internet solidified its stronghold on the way we do business, and IT technology began... read more

Case for Captive Tech Finance Companies

Cisco estimates that by 2018 there will be more than 10 billion mobile-connected devices on Earth — half of which will be smart devices that account for an estimated 96% of mobile data traffic. It is estimated that currently only... read more

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