TCO Infographic Rugged vs Nonrugged Handheld Devices
TCO (Inforgraphics) – Total Cost of Ownership on Rugged vs Nonrugged Handheld Devices
If you’re making hasty equipment purchases based on a low price tag, then you’ve forgotten about the hidden costs associated with your purchase – resulting in unseen consequences. The effects may not manifest immediately, but in the long run, your business may face significant set-backs.
Many times, business individuals forget to see the big picture when determining the amount needed for investment. When it comes to rugged versus non-rugged devices or barcode equipment, the lifecycle difference can be extremely significant. To prevent short-sighted purchases, first do your research. Check out this infographic: It breaks down the total cost of owning a rugged vs nonrugged handheld device, the big picture outlook.
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