LED displays acquired as a service enable customers to work around hurdles that often derail visualization projects. An affordable and predictable monthly payment replaces an intimidating upfront capital expense, experts integrate management software and remain on call to provide support and training to eliminate user confusion, and timely upgrades in hardware over time ensure the technology won’t grow obsolete. Customers win these substantial advantages and more by acquiring visualization solutions as a service, and this paper will explore each in depth. By the end of this paper, readers will have a strong understanding of where servicization comes from, how our VAAS solution works in practice, why consumers are right to increasingly demand servicization, and why manufacturers are bullish on its viability in the digital display industry.
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