Metro Computers Provides More For Their Customers
2020 was the year of adaptability, where organisations learnt how to incorporate office mobility within their work culture. This prompted businesses to source more devices for their staff. Not only has this increased the demand for devices in the market but has heightened the repercussions of stock shortages.
It is clear that the shift from office-to-home work environment is due to the pandemic however, even with vaccines rolling out globally, this lifestyle has no schedule to change. It has been recorded that 77% of employees prefer a hybrid work model (home and office).
Here at Metro Computers, we understand the rising demand of IT products and even with the supply shortage, we make it our priority to provide what we can for our customers. Being such a long-time standing business, we have built solid connections with brands that have lasted decades. We have a very strong relationship with HP, being the awarded 2020 HP Partner of the Year,with the dedication to helping our customers get most out of each device in their fleet.
Typically, IT providers work on a Just-in-Time model and do not carry stock until a customer requires it. We exercise a unique model, where we hold around $1 million worth of HP stock at any given time including the HP EliteBook powered by 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processors. Currently, we have more high-end products in stock due to the fact that the chips compatible with those products are more readily available. We have built a reputation around their high level of service, with regular check-ins and guidance on endpoint strategy for customers.
Want to learn more? Register today to join our virtual event, “Understanding IT Supply and Security” on Wednesday 6, October 10am –11am AEDT.
Get insight into the HP and Metro Computers relationship and the specific projects they have collaborated on. Learn the latest updates on the IT supply issues affecting most service providers and how Metro Computers have managed to combat them. The latest security and hardware updates from HP will also be discussed by HP Business and Mobility Systems Evangelist, Mark Fenson, as well as the opportunity to ask your own questions.
Join Mark Fenson and the Metro Computers team for an in-depth discussion on the future of IT supplies and security.
1. HP Proprietary Research, 9/2020, n=568 end-users; US, UK, France, Australia, China
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