Total Cost of Ownership

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Total Cost of Ownership

The all-in cost for purchasing and maintaining an asset. For example, the total cost of ownership of a house is not simply the purchase price, but also includes the cost of taxes, utility bills, perhaps the cost of replacing or repairing parts of the structure, and any other relevant costs incurred during the time one owns the house.
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UDO libraries are definitely a compelling option from a cost of ownership basis," said Brian Garrett of ESG.
Total cost of ownership is a good measure to confirm that you are within budget but alone is not enough to receive management buy-in because the calculations do not include benefits.
The Andrew 4 Meter Class High Value ESA is well suited for emerging markets, such as Africa, Latin America, and Asia, which require robust systems with a low cost of ownership.
Media removability and backward-compatibility dramatically reduce the need for frequent data migration, helping optical storage achieve an exceptionally low Total Cost of Ownership, as low as one-tenth the cost of competing technology solutions.
As competition enters the mobile marketplace from fixed mobile convergence, mobile operators need to simplify their data infrastructure, lower their cost of ownership and deploy flexible solutions to offer blended services," said John Sims, Chief Executive Officer of 724 Solutions.
Industry experts recognize Infor for its lowest total cost of ownership and business-specific experience
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The solution offers the scope of an enterprise supply chain execution solution, self-installing upgrades and enhanced user experience that help reduce total cost of ownership.
The Calibre nmOPC tool offers best-in-class accuracy, speed, and cost of ownership.
These design enhancements enable the system to deliver more than 180 wafers per hour and have reduced cost of ownership by 25% compared to the previous SF model.
In response, Trapeze is partnering with location technology leaders to deliver an integrated location solution that meets enterprise requirements for scalability and deployability at the lowest cost of ownership.