For organizations large and small, refreshing a fleet of personal computing devices every three to four years can involve substantial costs, especially when considering peripheral expenditures for procurement, deployment, training, support, recovery, and asset management.
Device as a Service (DaaS) helps you mitigate these costs by taking a typical hardware device (such as a laptop, desktop, tablet, or mobile phone)
bundling it with a variety of services and software, and offering it to you for a monthly subscription fee. It gives you one contract and just one provider to hold accountable.
And unlike hardware leasing, you get a holistic solution that allows for broad flexibility to scale the hardware over time. You are also given the ability to leave the challenges of lifecycle management to Xllnc, allowing you to stay focused on what you do best.
DaaS is the future
The world of PC-buying is changing, and the Device as a Service model is the future.
As business models change and product offerings become cutomized you will recognize how DaaS will benefit your organization.
You will find that this type of monthly subscription offer cost-savings and flexibility that you will not find with traditional PC-purchasing models.
A circular economy is one which calls for the reduction of waste in the way products are both designed and consumed.
In a circular economy, products are made, used, then returned, instead of being discarded and consigned to waste. In this model, the greatest amount of value is extracted from a resource while in use. Then, at the end of its service life, the resource is recovered, refurbished, and redeployed. This drives greater resource productivity, makes businesses more competitive, and creates new opportunities for growth.
The demand for a more circular economy has given rise to the ‘as a service’ or usage models seen across many industries in which the user pays for only what they need, when they need it, and returns the assets or resources when they are finished.
Many organizations are required to incur huge, upfront capital expenditures when refreshing their devices and simply do not have additional capital to spend on non-revenue driving activities which forces them to delay device updates at the cost of productivity.
The DaaS model allows you to shift large IT budget allocations to more manageable cash flows over a planned period of time. It also presents a lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) figure to decision makers and allows them to make more strategic decisions regarding the organization’s future investments.
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