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Portability means reverse logistics and warranty management become the industries of the future

Predicting the future is a dangerous game, since nobody knows for sure what the future holds. However when it comes to the Consumer Electronics and laptop industry, a few trends are already starting to take hold with some certainty. Firstly is the drive for portability.  Smartphones and tablets are the start of a trend towards a greater demand for technology on the move. Cloud computing is a further trend, related to accessing and consuming information on the move.

There are many obvious benefits to be had from portable technologies, however some of the costs and drawbacks are increasingly beginning to be recognised. Firstly, more portability means more damage. The drive to lighter and thinner devices, and more use of devices on the move inevitably is resulting in more accidental damage and claims on product warranties.

Laptop Power UK is confident that our reverse logistics and insurance claim services are going to grow in the years to come. Warranty management is becoming increasingly expensive for retailers, insurance companies and distributors alike. With slick internal software, an unrivalled range of OEM spare parts, and a fantastic technical repair team, we encourage businesses to get their reverse logistics operations and costs under control to get in touch with us.

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