What does it mean to Know Your Source®? It means asking the right questions about your technology partner to ensure you're getting the highest quality equipment, at the best value, for your business. If your vendor can't provide the ability to meet your needs, maybe it's time to consider another vendor.
When it comes to ability, your technology provider should deliver on several fronts. These are the questions you should consider when assessing your current vendor:
You want to know you're making smart investment decisions with your technology. Your vendor should provide knowledgeable and educated engineering and product management teams to answer your pre-sales questions and get you the right technology for your unique needs.
If your vendor is so huge that you're just one of a number, or if your vendor is too small and can't offer you a dedicated rep – then how can you be sure to move your projects forward? The last thing you need is to have a vendor hold up your progress. Look for a partner that can provide a rep that prioritizes your need and gives you the attention to make your job easier in the long run. They should be big enough to handle anything, yet nimble enough to offer individual attention
The experience a vendor provides is a huge part of what makes them valuable to you. The team that handles their technical processes should be certified and have years of experience under their belt, otherwise what assurance do you have that their products will be reliable?
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Guide to Selling Your Network Hardware the Smart Way
Maximize your return on investment and protect your sensitive data
It's a wise decision to get the highest return on investment for your technology, but organizations often don't take advantage of the resources at their disposal. CXtec has provided a guide to show you how to get the best value for your used technology, while still ensuring your sensitive information is kept safe.
In this guide, you will get tips on:
- Safeguarding your sensitive information on your network hardware
- Protecting your reputation
- Reducing or eliminating shipping costs
- Getting maximum value for your hardware
- Finding a reliable partner