Buying new equipment for your business can be a harrowing process. There are so many different aspects to consider that at times it can seem like an overwhelming task- especially if you are purchasing something that is a key component to the infrastructure of your company, like a server.
When you work with an outsourced IT company that has their own procurement department (like Network Depot), this helps to take some of the pressure off, because they are able to recommend the type of equipment that is best suited for your company.
There will be occasions when you purchase equipment through an IT company that you will notice a higher price on these than if you were to go to some place like Best Buy or Micro Center. So the big question is (obviously)- why does it cost so much more? And the follow up question- is it really worth the extra cost?