Here is Why Third Party Maintenance is
a Better Option
Now is the right time to rationalize your spending on
maintenance and save time and money when it comes to
storage infrastructure and network equipment. You might
think that is there any option available to save on
hardware and support costs for infrastructure for servers,
storage and network? Is there any alternative to the OEM?
If yes, are there any potential risks associated with
switching to third party maintenance companies other
than the OEM? These are the main questions that many
organizations have to deal with when it comes to deciding
Equipment manufacturer support, when any requirement
comes up or they want to renew their contracts.
Why opt for a TPM provider?
Though many companies prefer working with OEM
support but the reality is that choosing Third party
maintenance companies is a better option. To understand
the features of third-party maintenance, you have to
know the difference first. When an organization buys
products like servers, storage or networks OEM providers
typically give a warranty of 1-2 years which involves initial
period of service, maintenance and warranty coverage.
But when the warranty period is expired every issue that
comes requires an additional cost or alternative option of
replacing with a new one. When it comes to third party
maintenance they provide great services by also reducing
the overall maintenance cost and focus on the bigger
picture of the organization's IT infrastructure.
What makes Third-party maintenance the best?
TPM providers mostly support all the OEM brands and
their professionals are trained and certified across those
OEM products which enables your organization to reduce
the maintenance costs dramatically and also end up
reducing your overall operating expenses. With TPM you
don’t have to worry about the warranty period getting
over, you get to extend the life cycle of your hardware
beyond end-of-support life. In t