In a time where many school districts are under pressure to save money to stick to tightening budgets, knowing how cost-effective and efficient one’s desktop office equipment and devices are is a necessity. That’s where TCO comes in. A TCO (total cost of ownership) analysis looks at direct and indirect costs, like acquisition costs, upgrade and maintenance costs, among others, to uncover hidden opportunities for saving money.
By applying the concept of total cost of ownership, schools and districts can develop a more strategic approach to purchasing decisions on printers, digital copiers, fax and multi-function machines, and more. Don’t know where to start? Download this complimentary resource to receive six steps to follow when conducting a desktop printing and output equipment TCO analysis, including:
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