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Sunday, 15 May 2011

Buying the right equipment to suit your needs.

This is a real problem area for the veterinary profession as a wrong decision now will be a source of anxiety and anger for as long as the equipment is in your practise.
So how do you make the choice?.
  1. Price
  2. Specifications
  3. Suitability
  4. Physical size
  5. Back up service
  6. Reference from colleague.
  7. Review
  8. Good sales pitch
  9. Warranty
  10. Clarity as to what exactly is being offered.
  11. What ifs.
  12. Support and training.
  13. Delivery and installation
  14. Relationship with supplier.
  15. Your expectations post sale.
All of the above bullet points need to be addressed.Failure to investigate properly can be a costly error so the best advice is to research properly and not rely on price criteria.
Pat Kavanagh

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