Interactive Hardware support: Original manufacturer or third party?

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Hardware support: Original manufacturer or third party?

When it comes to your business’ IT infrastructure, choosing the right hardware is only half of the task - picking the best support partner is the other key piece of the puzzle.
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What support partner is right for your business?

When it comes to your business’ IT infrastructure, choosing the right hardware is only half of the task.

Choosing a partner to provide you with the ongoing support and maintenance you need – to keep your hardware operating at its best, well into the future – is also vitally important. Many organisations are unsure who to trust for their hardware support – do they turn to the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), or opt for third party maintenance (TPM)?

This guide offers a quick overview and comparison of OEM and TPM, so you can make the choice that’s right for your business.

Understand the difference between using the original manufacturer vs third party support by accessing the guide for free.

Click the ‘Download Now’ button and gain expert advice in:

  • A clear checklist to compare and contrast between OEM and TPM providers
  • A transparent description of both providers

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Gain a clear checklist and the confidence to choose the right provider for your devices

Tired of compromising on the service for your business-critical systems?

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