People want to believe that paying less is always good. In some cases – the same brand of shampoo, bread or soda for example – paying lowest price is probably okay. But this ‘lowest-price wins’ mentality sets dangerous expectations when related to SatCom. Frequently the lowest price ends up being the most expensive solution for your organization.
Join GlobaFone CEO Lou Altman as he presents case studies of how the ‘lowest-price’ actually cost the buyer more than expected. From single handsets to packages to misleading solutions, Lou draws out the real pitfalls of buying the lowest price.
Join this webinar and learn:
1. What is missing in lowest price bids – something always is
2. Why functionality is so much more important than price
3. How ‘technically acceptable substitutes’ really aren’t
This webinar is designed for anyone who is involved in buying SatCom or setting specifications for a future purchase. From telecom buyers and managers to contracting officers, from novice to industry veteran, there is something for everyone on this webinar. You’ll have a better understanding of how buying SatCom for your organization can be simple and truly the lowest cost, not just the lowest price.
We look forward to having you join us.
Title: Why the Lowest Price has the Highest Cost
Date: Thursday, August 22, 2013
Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST
Register Now: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/943902879
GlobaFone of Portsmouth, NH is an award-winning, leading service provider of satellite voice and data solutions to Federal, State and Local Governments, and corporate clients. GlobaFone solutions include five brands of satellite communications – Iridium, Inmarsat, Globalstar, Thuraya and VSAT. GlobaFone provides cellular service for rent or lease with coverage across the planet.