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Problemi e gli effetti delle modifiche ai sistemi di informazioni: effetti economici derivanti da costi di aggiornamento attrezzature

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    Tashika B.
    US
    Tashika B.

    What are the economic effects of rising cost for equipment upgrades?

    BabaJide Martins F.
    TR
    BabaJide Martins F.

    The club needs to consider which printer is more appropriate for the purpose and at the same time considering the cash at hand and looking into the economical printers and the one will serve them longer. I think laser printer will be appropriate but it is not economical to buy at the first hand but it will serve the purpose and save the club from buying ink Daily or weekly. Purchasing laser printer the club will sell more and be in vogue weekly.

    Alice B.
    GQ
    Alice B.

    In my humble opinion, I think a laser printer will be more economical in terms printing the papers although it may cost higher purchasing it, and this will have more drastic effect financially on the ongoing cost than the initial cost. On the other hand, an inkjet printer may be cheaper but more expensive in terms of buying ink daily or weekly.

    Alice B.
    GQ
    Alice B.

    In the short run, the club might go bankrupt due to the purchase, but in the long run, the club will boost up financially, as the machine will print more papers, distribute more and thus sell more due to the quality of the printer.

    Hermina S.
    LC
    Hermina S.

    1. Both printers have their pro's and cons, laser printers cost more but when it comes to printing it is unbeatable, it has faster speed print and can be more cost effective. 2. With regards to initial purchase it would have an impact on the company's cash flow( -temporarily), the inkjet printers have a low initial cost but a higher maintenance cost. 3. Geri can suggest increasing of the membership yearly fees.

    Morne V.
    ZA
    Morne V.

    In the short run, the club might go bankrupt due to the purchase, but in the long run, the club will boost up financially, as the machine will print more papers, distribute more and thus sell more due to the quality of the printer.

    Sunday O.
    NG
    Sunday O.

    you have to know your cost having check your balance enable you to go for it every body must be aware of the printer

    Thomas Haingura M.
    NA
    Thomas Haingura M.

    An important part of an organisation's cost/benefit analysis when deciding on a new system will involve the cost of any new equipment. New or upgraded versions of both hardware and software may be required. Naturally, if it is going to cost much more to buy new equipment, than the money that will be made when the new system is implemented, it is likely that the organisation will decide against it. Organisations need to consider the initial purchase price as well as any ongoing maintenance costs. These costs may have an immediate impact on cash flow or a longer-term impact on other company spending.

    Sammy M.
    KE
    Sammy M.

    Geri as a leader must be in a position to understand a few things : 1: Why to the need a new printer 2; maintenance cost 3: What benefits the group will get from the new printer 4: if ink-jet printer how much does it cost When she will be able to answer the questions the is good for the group`s future

    Odongo M.
    UG
    Odongo M.

    Information Technology -> Issues and effects of changes to information systems: economic effects arising from costs of upgrading equipment Cost of upgrading equipment An important part of an organisation's cost/benefit analysis when deciding on a new system will involve the cost of any new equipment. New or upgraded versions of both hardware and software may be required. Naturally, if it is going to cost much more to buy new equipment, than the money that will be made when the new system is implemented, it is likely that the organisation will decide against it. Organisations need to consider the initial purchase price as well as any ongoing maintenance costs. These costs may have an immediate impact on cash flow or a longer-term impact on other company spending.

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