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July 2003: Volume 45, Number 7

Managing Technology Costs
by Mark Koivisto

The costs of your computer information technology closely parallel the ownership models of water treatment system solutions. When presented a water treatment system solution, consumers have choices related to acquisition (cash, finance, lease) and related services (installation, maintenance, on-going delivery of consumable products). When presenting the acquisition options to a prospective or current water treatment customer, the following items are usually included for a “rent” or “buy” proposal...

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